Climate change is happening: it is critical to focus on how the UK can achieve its legally binding commitment to reach net zero by 2050.
So what does net zero really mean and how are we going to achieve it? At this event, discussions will focus on three key areas: what does net zero mean for electricity demand and what changes can we expect to see, what does net zero mean for electricity generation and the UK’s future energy mix and what does net zero mean for investment in the power sector in the UK and the role net zero will play in driving ESG-lead investment decisions.
Silke Goldberg, Partner, Energy Law, Herbert Smith Freehills (Moderator)
Julia Pyke, Nuclear Development Director, EDF Energy
Erik Rakhou, Management Consultant, Baringa Alternate Member, ACER Board of Appeal
Tom Sumpster, Head of Infrastructure, LGIM
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