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Guardian Big Energy Debate closing reception

When Jan 21, 2015
from 05:00 PM to 09:45 PM
Where Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1 Birdcage Walk, Westminster, SW1H 9JJ
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The Guardian year-long project exploring the UK energy crisis and how it can be solved will draw to a close in January 2014. During the last few months, the Guardian Big Energy Debate has heard from policy makers, academics, consumers, voters, politicians and industry leaders to find how energy affects them. The closing reception will offer a chance to reflect upon these conversations.

The debate will be chaired by Terry Macalister, the Guardian’s energy editor and will feature a keynote from Tim Yeo, chair of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee on the work that the committee has carried out and what their future plans are. This will be followed by a response from the three main political parties, who will also lay out their plans for energy policy ahead of the next general election. The debate will also feature a structured Q&A led by the chair and conclude with questions from the audience.

The event has been designed for policy makers, industry, think tank and academic representatives. It is free to attend but by application only. Please register your interest by completing the form provided at the link below.



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