Sustainable Energy Election Watch 2015
Chair: James Murray, Editor, BusinessGreen
March 24, 2014
2014 is a critical year for the Sustainable Energy Industry. Ed Milliband’s speech at the 2013 Labour conference defined energy as a key political battleground for the 2015 election, and the Coalition’s review of so-called Green Levies in response to this resulted in major changes to the main policy for encouraging the uptake of energy saving measures in homes. Strong party political differences have now emerged on markets versus intervention, and “green” versus affordability.
This free to attend event will be hosted by the Sustainable Energy Association, and chaired by James Murray, editor of BusinessGreen, the event’s media partner. Following some introductory political analysis, participants will hear briefly from four significant demand-side players in the energy sector, followed by a keynote from Baroness Worthington, Shadow Spokesperson for Energy and Climate Change (confirmed). A facilitated round-table discussion will follow involving all participants.
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