Demand for energy and its production are changing on an epic scale. Join our panel to discuss this trend and what further changes we can expect.
Professor Michael Bradshaw is Professor of Global Energy at the Warwick Business School. Michael's research looks at the geopolitical economy of global energy and has examined the role of foreign investment in Russia's oil and gas industry, global energy dilemmas and the interrelationship between energy security climate change and economic globalisation.
Dr Madeleine Morris is a Research Associate at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London. She works within the Energy Revolution Consortium on the policy, regulation and innovation frameworks that will support smart, low-carbon energy systems.
Dr Rebecca Windemer is an environmental planner and geographer at Cardiff University with an interest in the regulation of renewable energy infrastructure. Her recent work has focused on the use of time-limited planning consents for the regulation of onshore wind and solar farms, and how decisions are made regarding the future of this infrastructure.
Andrea McCormick is Head of Sustainability at OVO Group, helping to embed decarbonisation and sustainability into all aspects of their business and value chain. She has over 10 years’ experience developing and implementing business strategies for organisations across different sectors to accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low carbon society.
Chaired by BBC journalist and presenter Martine Croxall.
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14 December 2022
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