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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.

Speakers include:


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

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View the slides from the day here:

Johnny Gowdy, Madeleine Greenhalgh, Regen

Christine Darbyshire, Liverpool City Council

For more information please contact Madeleine Greenhalgh at mgreenhalgh@regen.co.uk

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12th November 2019


Maritime Museum, Liverpool
Albert Dock,
Liverpool, L3 4AQ United Kingdom
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