In the context of a climate emergency and mounting pressure to change radically and quickly, energy networks companies are re-evaluating their remit and role in decarbonisation, not only for energy, but also in the wider social context.
The scale of this challenge is leading to a debate as to whether the current market and regulatory structures are fit for purpose to deliver decarbonisation and a just transition – and radical proposals such as the Labour Party’s plans to renationalise the networks.
We would like to invite you to the launch of a paper, published by Regen and supported by SP Energy Networks, which examines the changing role of the networks, assesses the current industry model and explores a number of future, alternative regulatory approaches.
Scott Mathieson, network planning and regulation director, SP Energy Networks
Johnny Gowdy, director, Regen
Madeleine Greenhalgh, policy lead, Regen
Christine Darbyshire, senior development manager (environment), Liverpool City Council
View the slides from the day here:
For more information please contact Madeleine Greenhalgh at firstname.lastname@example.org