Wednesday, 3 October 2012
The IET Future Energy Forum founding event will be providing you with an opportunity to take a comprehensive look at the future of energy in the UK and plan for what is to come.
Time should be confirmed with event organiser
The event will bring together influential leaders to discuss and address key issues around energy within the UK including the future of the UK energy mix, engineering a sustainable energy future and looking at investment into new and emerging technology.
Our vision is to provide a platform to facilitate progressive thought leadership for a sustainable energy future.
Find out more about the event.
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Nuclear power will make a "significant contribution" to providing Britain's energy in the future, the trade and industry secretary has announced.
Traditional light bulbs are to be phased-out as part of efforts to control climate change.
European countries are being "too slow" in creating a single energy market, Jose Manuel Barroso has complained at the end of this month's European council.
Tony Blair today announced a review of Britain's energy policy.
Climate change secretary Ed Miliband is expected to outline plans to give homeowners 'green loans' to improve their energy efficiency later.
Trade and industry minister Lord Truscott makes the case for nuclear power as just one part of an overall strategy, which includes greater energy efficiency and more use of renewables such as wind, wave and solar power.
The SNP believes Scotland has enough sources of renewable energy to make new nuclear power stations unnecessary and argues that, in any case, they pose unacceptable risks to the environment.
The energy regulator has announced that UK energy bills could rise up to 60 per cent by 2016 due to climate change.
Ministers should stop promoting nuclear power as the solution to Britain's energy needs and focus instead on getting cross-party support for a future strategy, MPs warn today.
Efforts to tackle climate change are not responsible for increased energy prices, government advisers have insisted.