The Cambridge University Energy Network

CUEN Conference 2015

Sustainable Energy Price: Unravelling the Nexus


CUEN is a student-run society which aims to establish a platform to encourage collaboration between academics, industry experts and policy-makers and to increase awareness of the diversity of energy issues. Our showpiece event is the CUEN Annual Energy Conference, where speakers from across the energy world are invited to share their insights on the most pressing questions in the energy field

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Given the recent developments in international oil and gas prices, the nexus of challenges and opportunities in maintaining sustainable energy price are many and diverse. The conference will consist of the following sessions and cover the following aspects of the sustainable energy pricing:

  • 1)Technological innovation
  • 2)Economic implications
  • 3)Geo-politics of energy price
  • 4)Challenges to climate change

Given this highly topical subject, we expect a record attendance, including students, academics and representatives from industry, in addition to a number of distinguished speakers.

The confirmed speakers include

  • Stephen Tindale, CEO, Alvin Weinberg Foundation
  • Professor Michael Pollitt, Assistant Director, Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge
  • David Hone, Senior Climate Change Adviser, Royal Dutch Shell
  • James Luger, Senior Manager, Sustainable Development and Consumers, OFGEM
  • Dr Mostyn Brown, Poyry Management Consulting
  • Ian Scott, Managing Partner, Moltex Energy
  • Clive Elsworth, Founder, Citizens Climate Lobby UK
  • Baroness Bryony Worthington, Director, Sandbag Climate Campaign CIC, House of Lords, The UK Parliament
  • Marcelo de Moura Torres, Advisor, Regulatory Affairs, Smart Energy Demand Coalition
  • Ben Farrington, Associate, London Energy Consulting
  • Alex Coulton, Economic Policy Officer, RenewableUK

In bringing together professionals, academics and students with a common interest in SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PRICING, this conference aims to inform, inspire and facilitate interaction between the people whose diverse skills will play a role in this meaningful area. The event is also intended for people with a general interest in energy, opening up a discussion between different points of views on the topic theme.

Date: Thursday, 11 June 2015
Venue: Buckingham House Conference Centre
Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University

The CUEN committee