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Net-zero: Investing in low carbon generation with LCP

Date:  Monday 24 February 2020
Time: 09:00-11:00hrs
Location: Energy UK Offices, 26 Finsbury Square (1st Floor), London EC2A 1DS

According to the Committee on Climate Change, low carbon electricity generation must quadruple by 2050 in order to deliver net-zero. Full decarbonisation of the power sector alone will require a balanced generation mix including a high level of renewables, running alongside firm low carbon power from new nuclear, flexibility, storage, and new technology solutions (such as hydrogen and Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS)).

The actual cost of meeting net-zero will be unprecedented. Appropriate policy frameworks and market arrangements are needed immediately in order to deploy private investment to successfully finance and facilitate the meeting of these goals.

In collaboration with LCP, join our expert panel, on the launch of our Investing in Net-Zero study, to discuss how to deliver such a scale of investment, ensuring best value for customers whilst maintaining security of supply.

Confirmed speakers

  • Marta Krajewska, Deputy Director Power, Energy UK (Chair)
  • Kyle Martin, Head of Market Insight, LCP
  • Dr Cathy McClay, Director of Strategy, Policy and Regulation, Sembcorp 
  • Dr Fergal McNamara, Corporate Policy and Regulation Manager, ESB


09:00 - Registration and networking breakfast
09:30 - Welcome and Introduction
09:45 - Presentation from Kyle Martin, LCP
10:15 - Panel Session
11:00 - Event concludes

The costs for each breakfast briefing is £45 +VAT for Energy UK members, registered charities and £95 +VAT for non-members. Government officials are welcome to attend for free. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and await confirmation.

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