This conference, a follow-on from our first initiative in March 2017, aims to consider the wide-ranging impact of Brexit on the UK and EU energy markets, from a legal and economic perspective, and assess the developments and challenges which have emerged over the past year.
- How might a self-determined UK attempt to establish itself in the energy market outside of the EU?
- What will be the effect on electricity and gas trading?
- How will the UK’s exit impact EU market integration initiatives, such as market coupling, cross-border capacity mechanisms, and the development of network codes?
- How might it affect the EU ETS?
- What are the repercussions of the UK leaving the Euratom Treaty?
- The UK has promised that it will not shirk from its commitment to plans for an integrated all-island single electricity market in Ireland (I-SEM). But how will this work? How might this play out from a regulatory perspective?
These questions and more will be addressed through in-depth discussions at the conference.
Location: 54 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LJ, UK Get directions
SESSION I: THE IMPACT OF BREXIT ON THE UK ENERGY MARKET
Pavel Miller | SSE
Paul Hallas | Centrica
Jason Mann | FTI Consulting
Howard Wright | Head of UK Public and Regulatory Affairs
Munir Hassan | CMS
Dieter Helm | University of Oxford
SESSION II: THE IMPACT OF BREXIT ON THE WIDER EU INTERNAL ENERGY MARKET
Charles Verhaeghe | Compass Lexecon
Guillaume Dezobry | Of Counsel at FIDAL
Clemens Ziegler | Hogan Lovells International LLP
Johannes Bruun | Energinet
Maria Carvalho | GRI
SESSION III: SPECIFIC SECTORS & SPECIFIC MARKETS: THE IMPACT OF BREXIT ON THE NUCLEAR AND THE I-SEM
Gordon Downie | Shepherd and Wedderburn
Niall Hogan | ESB
Silke Goldberg | HSF
Angela Hepworth | EDF Energy
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