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London 2062—London’s Energy Future

Executive Suite, Front Engineering Building, University College London

19 March 2012

London’s demand for energy resources comes from three primary activities: heating buildings, transport and electricity. London has always imported most of its energy as coal, gas, oil and electricity. Renewing London’s energy infrastructure will be vital for maintaining our position as a ‘world city’ over the next 50 years as the centres of global economic activity shift eastwards. This event brought together sector specialists to debate the technological and policy challenges facing practitioners in the coming years to ensure that London has a forward looking energy strategy, that is resilient to major global shifts. Chair: Andy Deacon, Head of Local Delivery, Energy Saving Trust

Speakers:

  1. Prof. Paul Ekins, Professor of Energy and Environment Policy, UCL Energy Institute
  2. Peter North, Senior Manager – Programme Delivery (Sustainable Energy), GLA
  3. Prof. Bob Lowe, Professor of Energy and Building Science, UCL Energy Institute
  4. Bob Fiddik, Team Leader - Sustainable Development & Energy, LB Croydon

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