Review of Energy Policy 2023

Join us on Thursday the 14th of December, in person, as we launch our flagship Review of Energy Policy 2023.

This year our focus is on priorities that a new government should address in the first 100 days of taking office.

Although the first 100 days of any new government are challenging, early performance can be a critical benchmark for new leaders, as such we have drawn on our current research programme to highlight key areas of action and priority in the energy sector.

The review includes contributions spanning the UKERC research programme, covering geopolitics, local energy, the environment, infrastructure transitions, mobility, heat and industry.

During the launch event we will showcase two topic areas, before moving to responses from invited stakeholders and then questions from attendees.

Following the launch, we invite attendees to join us for refreshments.

Please note this is an in person event only, which will take place in London, at 10 & 11, Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH

Register to attend here


Chair – Dr Joanne Wade, OBE

15:30 -16:00: Arrival and registration

16:00-16:05: Opening remarks

16:05-16:25: Presentations from report authors

  • Current and future challenges to UK gas security: Prof Mike Bradshaw, UKERC & Warwick Business School
  • Local and regional energy systems: Prof Jan Webb MBE, UKERC & University of Edinburgh

16:25-16:55: Responses from panellists

  • David Joffe, Climate Change Committee
  • Dr Doug Parr, Greenpeace
  • Vivienne Geard, EY

16:55-17:30: Questions from the floor

17:30-19:30: Networking reception

14 December 2023
UKERC hosted