At a time when energy has never been more topical and crucial to
the UK's long-term prosperity, The Economist's UK Energy 2014 event
will seek to provide a platform for a rational debate on the
country's energy agenda. Making the right decisions - without delay
- will be crucial in determining the UK's energy future for years
to come and the end result will affect suppliers and investors as
well as consumers.
On June 10th in London, key stakeholders from the industry
including government, regulators, investors, consumers,
campaigners, think tanksand energy companies, will ask the critical
questions and focus on the required actions and solutions.
Key Speakers include:
Steve Holliday, Chief Executive Officer,
Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State,
Department of Energy and
Rt Hon Lord Deben, Chairman, Committee on Climate
Dieter Helm, Professor, Energy Policy, University
of Oxford; Official
Fellow, Economics, New College, Oxford
Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP, Shadow Secretary of
State for Energy and
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