BEIS, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, recently published their long awaited Energy White Paper, which sets out the UK's ambitions for zero-carbon in the year when the UK hosts COP26. This webinar will consider the implications for the ENR sector, from the perspectives of energy supply, nuclear, hydrogen and COP26.
An expert panel will consider the nature and extent of the policy and ambition, and assess the implications for UK energy in the context of the climate emergency, and what the white paper means for policy and our sector, with particular reference to finance and accounting.
Julia Pyke FEI, Nuclear Development Director and Sizewell C Director of Financing, EDF Energy
Bill Roberts, expert in long term energy liabilities and former CFO, Nuclear Decommissioning AuthorityBill has International Board level experience in Energy, Environment and Infrastructure in UK, US, Europe and Emerging Markets. He was the CFO of the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, responsible for business processes, systems, procurement and controls and the re-financing of the UK’s £3bn per annum decommissioning programme. His career includes: E&Y, British Railways, TXU, UK Government, NDA and in the European Commission. Bill has held non-executive roles in pension, insurance and energy companies and in an educational charity. Bill currently chairs the Audit Committee of the UK’s Marine Management Organisation
Jo Butlin, Director, Energy Bridge ConsultingJo has over 20 years’ experience leading and operating energy businesses in the UK. Her experience is broad and deep having built a new entrant retail business, lead large scale transformation programmes, headed up a large energy consultancy and latterly lead a business focused on market research and insight. Jo is a member of National Grid's Power Responsive Steering Committee, a member of ICAEW's Energy and Resources Advisory Group, a founder member of the Women's Utilities Network (WUN) and non-executive Chair of The Energy Consortium.
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