Electricity Market Reform: What's the end game?

Green Alliance debate on the last stages of the energy bill.

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  1. Around100 representatives from across the energy policy field joined Ed Davey todiscuss the final stages of reformingBritain’s electricity sector at a Green Alliance debate on 17 June 2013. The mainquestion asked was whether the process, now going into its third year, will actuallyresult in much needed investment in both low carbon supply and energy efficiency.
  2. Ed Davey, Secretary of state for energy and climate change, gave the keynote speech
    Ed Davey, Secretary of state for energy and climate change, gave the keynote speech
  3. Ed Davey MP began proceedings with some initial thoughts about the current political status of the energy bill and its ramifications for investor confidence.
  4. Next, he addressed the issue of the 2030 decarbonisation target:
  5. Representatives from across the energy policy field gathered to hear the EMR debate
    Representatives from across the energy policy field gathered to hear the EMR debate
  6. Daveysuggested that a key test for success would be whether we see new investmentwithin 18 months and suggested that his talks with foreign investors in Japanand Korea gave him every confidence that it would.
  7. The panel's reaction to Davey's keynote speech.
  8. Bryony Worthington gives her reaction to Ed Davey's keynote speech
    Bryony Worthington gives her reaction to Ed Davey's keynote speech
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