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FT Energy Transition Strategies

Rethinking Energy in a Time of Disruption

London |
Speakers include:
Spencer Dale

Spencer Dale

BP plc

Dr Johannes  Teyssen

Dr Johannes Teyssen

EON SE

John  Pettigrew

John Pettigrew

National Grid

Overview

The FT Energy Transition Strategies Summit: Rethinking Energy in a Time of Disruption will explore the latest trends and issues impacting the global energy industry. Our stellar line-up of speakers from across the energy spectrum -oil and gas, power and renewable energy as well as financiers and investors - will trace the contours of the energy transition, and share insights into its impact and likely future direction.

Join us at this timely and authoritative platform to discuss the major trends transforming the global energy industry and the leading-edge strategies to adapt, thrive and prosper in the brave new post COP world which is emerging.

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Testimonials

"Excellent organized event, good selection of speakers and panel members"

Rudolf Kleiber, CEO, Oilfinders International 

"Picked up insights and trends all within a day, on the hot topic of energy transformation."

Viren Doshi, Global/EMEA Energy Consulting Lead, PwC

''An excellent opportunity to expand the mind as well at the network''

Clare Wenner, Head of Renewable Transport, Renewable Energy Association

"The FT Live events offer insights and high level networking in bite size chunks: ideal for busy executives who want to hear of key trends impacting their industries from those who drive those changes. This is an insightful and impactful format."

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"An intelligent, candid forum for energy specialists passionate about the planets future."

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Speakers (22)

Spencer Dale

Spencer Dale

Group Chief Economist
BP plc

Spencer Dale joined BP as group chief economist in October 2014.  Prior to that, he was executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England and a member of the Financial Policy Committee.  Between 2008 and 2014, Mr Dale was chief economist of the Bank of England and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee.  Mr Dale joined the Bank of England in 1989 and served in numerous roles, including private secretary to Mervyn King and head of Economic Forecasting.  Mr Dale served as a Senior Advisor at the US Federal Reserve Board of Governors between 2006 and 2008.

Dr Johannes  Teyssen

Dr Johannes Teyssen

Chairman of the Board of Management and Chief Executive Officer
EON SE

Johannes Teyssen has served as Chief Executive Officer of E. ON SE, Düsseldorf, since 1 May 2010. From 2003 to 2008, he was a member of the Board of Management and Chief Operating Officer of E.ON.Dr Teyssen began his professional career in the energy sector in 1989 when he joined the Hanover-based PreussenElektra, the lead company of the former VEBA Group's energy division, as a lawyer. He there held various positions, including that of Chief Legal Counsel and Head of Key Account Power Sales. In 1998, he joined Hastra, an electricity and gas distributor and retailer in Northern Germany, as member of the Board of Management in charge of Human Resources. One year later, he was appointed CEO of Avacon, a network provider responsible for the regional grid and supply activities in Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. In 2001,Dr Teyssen was appointed CFO of E.ON Energie in Munich. As of 2003, he served as its CEO. During those years, E. ON Energie was the lead company of the newly established E.ON Group for all energy activities in Central and Eastern Europe. Dr Teyssen studied Economics and Law at the universities of Freiburg and Göttingen. Following a research fellowship in Boston, Massachusetts, he earned his doctorate in law from the University of Göttingen.Dr Teyssen is a member of the supervisory board of Deutsche Bank AG. 

John  Pettigrew

John Pettigrew

Chief Executive Officer
National Grid

John Pettigrew is Chief Executive of National Grid. Mr Pettigrew has been with National Grid for nearly 25 years and became Chief Executive in April 2016. During his time at the company he has held several senior management roles, joining the Board in 2014 as Executive Director UK responsible for the UK’s Electricity Transmission, Gas Transmission and Gas Distribution businesses. Mr Pettigrew joined National Grid in 1991 as a graduate and became Director of Engineering in 2003; Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for the US Electricity Distribution & Generation business in 2007; Chief Operating Officer for UK Gas Distribution in 2010; and UK Chief Operating Officer from 2012 to 2014. Mr Pettigrew holds a BSC in Economics and an MSc in International Economics and Banking. He also completed the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School in 2010.

David  Ainsworth

David Ainsworth

Interim CEO/Business Development Director
Kite Power Systems
Jason Bordoff

Jason Bordoff

Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy
Columbia University

Professor Jason Bordoff is a Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs, and serves as founding Director of SIPA's Center on Global Energy Policy .Professor Bordoff joined the Columbia faculty after serving until January 2013 as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change on the Staff of the National Security Council, and, prior to that, holding senior policy positions on the White House's National Economic Council and Council on Environmental Quality. One of the world's top energy policy experts, he joined the Administration in April 2009. Prior to joining the White House, he was the Policy Director of the Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Petroleum Council, a consultant to the National Intelligence Council, and serves on the boards of Winrock International, the New York Energy Forum and the Association of Marshall Scholars. Professor Bordoff graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, holds an MLitt degree from Oxford University where he studied as a Marshall Scholar, and a BA magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University

Molly Scott  Cato

Molly Scott Cato

Green MEP
for South West England and Gibraltar
Zhao  Changwen

Zhao Changwen

Director Genera, Research Department of Industrial Economy
Development Research Center, State Council of The People’s Republic of China
Juliet  Davenport

Juliet Davenport

Founder and CEO
Good Energy

Juliet Davenport is the Founder and CEO of Good Energy, one of the UK’s first 100% renewable electricity supply and generator companies. A true renewable industry entrepreneur, Ms Davenport built Good Energy from scratch, starting from small beginnings more than 15 years ago. Her mission then, as it is now, was to tackle climate change, help deliver energy security for the UK, and give consumers the opportunity to buy 100% renewable electricity. today, the company has more than 176,500 electricity, gas and Feed-in Tariff customers across the UK. Good Energy has a unique business model, using power purchase agreements to buy renewable electricity from an ever-growing network of small and medium sized independent generators spread across the UK. A founding member of the Social Stock Exchange, Good Energy has set the energy market standard for ethically and socially responsible companies, proving it’s entirely possible to do so while maintaining commercially sound and profitable business principles. In January 2013, Ms Davenport was awarded a Queen’s honour, Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to renewables.

James Dean

James Dean

Director
Circuitree
Thomas  Duveau

Thomas Duveau

Head of Strategy
Mobisol

Thomas Duveau is Chief Strategy Office of Mobisol. He joined the company as Head of Business Development in June 2013. With his team, he is responsible for market entry strategies and strategic partnerships. Mr Duveau worked as an officer for renewable energies for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Germany from 2008 to 2013. Prior to that, he served as Vice President at Global Capital Finance (Investment with a focus on infrastructure and renewable energies) from 2005 to 2008. From 1997 to 2004 he worked in the Corporate Strategy Department of Reuters in Germany, UK and USA.

Mr Duveau is a graduate of Economics, Econometrics and Environmental Management.

Erik  Fairbairn

Erik Fairbairn

CEO
POD Point

Erik Fairbairn is a serial entrepreneur and engineer by training. Mr Fairbairn founded POD Point in 2009 in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. He saw the potential of electric vehicles as the next major mode of transportation and set himself the goal of wiring up the UK with chargepoints to facilitate the switch to EV from internal combustion engines. Under Mr Fairbairn’s stewardship POD Point has become one of Europe’s leading providers of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) with a range of intelligent charging points for use at home, in workplaces and at frequently visited destinations. So far the firm has shipped over 20,000 points and boasts a publicly accessible network of 1,500 charging bays. Mr Fairbairn is a member of the UK Automotive Council Technology Group and was voted one of London’s 1000 most influential people in 2014 by the Evening Standard.

Ed  Fenster

Ed Fenster

Chairman and Co-Founder
Sunrun

Edward Fenster co-founded Sunrun to make solar affordable for American families. He oversees capital raising and legislative and regulatory affairs. Under his leadership, Sunrun has enjoyed uninterrupted access to project finance throughout its history. Mr Fenster has worked to shape public and industry policy with the goal of building a sustainable solar industry. Before Sunrun, he served as Director of Corporate Development at Asurion Corporation. He also worked at The Blackstone Group, completing more than $10 billion in private equity and M&A transactions. Mr Fenster is a 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award winner with Lynn Jurich, a member of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, and serves as an Advisory Partner to Millennium Technology Value Partners.

Chris  Goodall

Chris Goodall

Writer on Energy and the Environment
Author of The Switch
David  Kingham

David Kingham

CEO
Tokamak Energy

David Kingham is Chief Executive of Tokamak Energy Ltd, a privately funded company that aims to accelerate the development of fusion energy.  The company is developing compact, high magnetic field, tokamaks and is building on world leading expertise in the UK on fusion, spherical tokamaks and high field superconducting magnets.  Led by Dr Kingham, Tokamak Energy was recognised as a Technology Pioneer of the World Economic Forum in 2015.  Tokamak Energy scientists have published three of the “most read” papers in the Nuclear Fusion journal proving that compact tokamaks can produce fusion power efficiently.  The company recently announced a £10m investment from L&G Capital, David Harding and others. Dr Kingham founded Tokamak Energy with two pioneering fusion scientists, Dr Mikhail Gryaznevich and Alan Sykes in 2010.  Previously, Dr Kingham was Managing Director of Oxford Innovation Ltd.  He has a PhD in Physics from the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.

James  McGinnis

James McGinnis

Chief Executive Officer
Mainstream Renewable Capital

James McGinnis has over 25 years’ investment banking and portfolio management experience in the energy sector globally and held ascending leadership positions at Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley for more than 15 years. Since 2005, Mr McGinn has held a number of senior positions in fund and portfolio management, focused on the energy and power sectors, with AIG, Harbinger Capital Partners and Halcyon Asset Management. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School and he was elected a member of the Board of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, which he served for nine years.

Kamel  Ben Naceur

Kamel Ben Naceur

Director, Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks
International Energy Agency (IEA)

Kamel Ben Naceur is the IEA Director for Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks, overseeing the Energy and Environment, Energy Technology Policy and Energy Supply and Demand Outlook Divisions. His Directorate oversees the production of the World Energy Outlook and the Energy Technology Perspectives, and energy/climate-related policies. Mr Ben-Naceur has more than 35 years of experience and knowledge in the energy and industry sectors around the world in both public and private service. After 34 years in the energy sector with Schlumberger, he became, in 2014, Tunisia’s Minister for Industry, Energy and Mines in a government tasked to lead the country’s first fully democratic elections and to restore the country’s economic fundamentals. He is a graduate from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris.

Nancy Pfund

Nancy Pfund

Founder and Managing Partner
DBL Partners

Nancy Pfund is founder and managing Partner of DBL Partners, a venture capital firm whose goal is to combine top-tier financial returns with meaningful social, economic and environmental returns in the regions and sectors in which it invests.

Ms Pfund currently sponsors or sits on the board of directors of several companies, including: SolarCity, Farmers Business Network, The Muse, Advanced Microgrid Solutions, Off-Grid Electric and Primus Power, and, prior to their public offerings, Tesla Motors and Pandora Media. Ms Pfund also sits on the Board of Trustees for National Geographic Society, is a member of the advisory council for The Bill Lane Center for the American West the US Impact Investing Alliance (formerly the National Advisory Board on Impact Investing) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.  

Prior to founding DBL, Ms Pfund was a managing director in Venture Capital at JPMorgan, having started her investment career at Hambrecht & Quist in 1984. Ms Pfund’s earlier work included positions at Intel, the California Governor’s Office, Stanford University and the Sierra Club.

Ms Pfund received her Bachelors and Masters in anthropology from Stanford University, and her MBA from the Yale School of Management.

Adair  Turner

Adair Turner

Chair
Energy Transitions Committee
Ingmar  Wilhelm

Ingmar Wilhelm

Operating Partner
Terra Firma
Mohamed  Al Hammadi

Mohamed Al Hammadi

Chief Executive Officer
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation
John    Hopkins

John Hopkins

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
NuScale Power
Ernesto  Ciorra

Ernesto Ciorra

Head of Innovation
Enel
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Chair (2)

Ed Crooks

Ed Crooks

US Industry and Energy Editor
Financial Times

Ed Crooks is US Industry and Energy Editor for the Financial Times, based in New York. Since joining the FT in 1999, Mr Crooks has served as Energy Editor, UK news Editor and Economics Editor based in London. Prior to this, he was an Economics Correspondent for the BBC, reporting both on television and radio. Mr Crooks has also served as a reporter and Editor for Investors Chronicle, as well as an Economic Analyst for the Institute for Fiscal Studies. He is a graduate of Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE).

Andrew Ward

Andrew Ward

Energy Editor
Financial Times

Andrew Ward is the FT’s Energy Editor, leading global coverage of the oil and gas industry, power generation and related policy and geopolitical issues. Before taking up his current role in June 2016, Ward was Pharmaceuticals Correspondent, reporting on life sciences, medical technology and healthcare.

Prior to this, Ward was UK News Editor, leading the news desk responsible for the FT’s coverage of UK politics, policy and economics. Previously, Ward served the FT in a number of foreign reporting roles. He was the Nordic bureau chief responsible for coverage of eight countries – Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Denmark and the three Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania.

Ward has also been the White House correspondent, during which role he covered the George W. Bush administration and the 2008 presidential election campaign. Before moving to Washington, Ward covered business and politics in the US south-east as Atlanta Correspondent. Between 2001 and 2004, he served as Seoul Correspondent, reporting on North and South Korea.

Ward joined the FT in 1999 as a graduate trainee in London and was appointed Media Correspondent in 2000. Ward received his B.A. in Politics and Modern History from the University of Manchester, UK.

Follow Andrew Ward on twitter: @andrew_ward1

Agenda - 24th May

  • 8:00am
    Registration and refreshments
  • 9:00am
    Opening remarks from the FT Chair
  • 9:05am
    Keynote Address
  • 9:30am
    Panel: The energy revolution: How far, how fast?

    It has become commonplace to refer to the world as being in an energy transition–an unstoppable and increasingly fast paced transition away from the incumbent fossil fuel ‘supersystem’, to a low, ultimately zero-carbon energy future. Costs of technology will continue to fall exponentially. Paris changes everything. The direction of change seems clear. But are we really in transition? And if so, what kind of transition will it be?

    • Is there a fundamental transition of the global energy system underway?
    • Will it be a slow, decade long transition given the long lasting nature of the incumbent system or a sudden, abrupt transition measureable in years rather than decades? What will be the tipping point?
    • What will be the role of fossil fuels in the transition?
    • Will it be orderly? Will we see a ‘controlled implosion of fossil fuels and explosive development of fossil fuels’, or will fossil fuels implode much faster than the necessary explosive transition to alternative solutions?
    • Who will be the winners and losers along the way?

    Jason Bordoff, Professor and Director, Centre on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

    Lord Adair Turner, Chair, Energy Transitions Commission

    Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist, BP

    Juliet Davenport, CEO, Good Energy

  • 10:20am
    Panel: Is it possible to have an energy system based entirely on renewable sources?

    While renewables currently make up about one fifth of total final energy consumption, growing numbers of companies and governments-from small to medium sized enterprises to large multinationals, from small islands and village to large cities and entire countries are committing to 100% renewables objectives as a central part of their climate mitigation pathways. The variability and intermittency of renewables is often cited as a barrier to these objectives being achieved, yet we are already seeing isolated instances of renewables meeting all energy needs.

    • Can you sustain economic systems with 100% renewables? Can it be achieved without significant disruption to government budgets and business continuity?
    • Can renewables compete with baseload electricity from long-established fossil fuel sources?
    • What is the role of gas as both a support and as competitor for renewables?
    • What are the barriers to 100% renewables, and how can the objective be achieved?
    • What are the experiences and lessons from the pioneering companies and government which have embarked on the 100% renewable pathway? 
    • Will existing technologies get us there, or do we need a yet as undiscovered technology breakthrough to succeed?
    • Will private sector ambition on renewable energy influence national energy strategies?
    • What could it mean to have 600 cities committing to 100% renewables?

    Edward Fenster, Chairman and Co-Founder, Sunrun

    Kamel Ben Naceur, Director, Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks, International Energy Agency (IEA)

    Chris Goodall, Writer on Energy and the Environment, Author ‘The Switch’

    John Pettigrew, Chief Executive Officer, National Grid

  • 11:10am
    Morning refreshments
  • 11:30am
    Presentation: What role will China play in the global energy markets

    Zhao Changwen, Director General, Industrial Economy, Development Research Center,  State Council of The People’s Republic of China

  • 12:00pm
    Panel: Electric Dreams: Will electric cars ever dent the world's thirst for oil?

    Accounting for 17% of C02 emission and some 90% of oil demand, the electrification of the transportation sector will be a vital component in the world’s efforts to decarbonise the economy and reduce dependency on fossil fuels. Yet despite strong growth, electric vehicles (EVs) still only account for 0.1% of the world’s stock of passenger cars.

    • Can EVs ever be more than a niche product and gain mass market appeal? What is the likely timescale to reach the essential tipping point in EV uptake and penetration?
    • Will current barriers in terms of cost, range, refuelling infrastructure be successfully addressed?
    • What are the implications of EVs for fossil fuel and renewable demand? How much oil demand will they displace, and what would be the implications for price and for the oil industry? Can the solar EV become a commercial success?
    • Will China and India take up EVs at scale? Could a shortage of essential raw materials become a barrier to EV success?

    Erik Fairbairn CEO, POD Point

    Ernesto Ciorra, Head of Innovation, Enel

  • 12:50pm
    Presentation: Brexit and The New US Political Reality: Energy in the age of international fragmentation
  • 1:15pm
    Networking lunch
  • 2:35pm
    Panel: The future of nuclear power

    Is the future for nuclear bright? The industry is experiencing a stuttering renaissance around the world as countries consider their options for affordable low-carbon sources of energy to meet their Paris commitments and ensure economic stability. Yet the industry struggles with a legacy of high costs, delays, safety concerns and a new reality of abundant, lower-cost fossil fuels and increasingly affordable renewables. 

    • Is the nuclear renaissance primed for success?
    • Can we only combat climate change successfully if nuclear is part of the mx?
    • Has the precautionary principle gone too far in nuclear regulation?
    • How can the economics of nuclear be improved? How can nuclear’s potential and effectiveness be maximised?
    • Will small, modular reactors and other advanced technologies quantitatively change the game for nuclear?

    Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for South West England and Gibraltar

    John  Hopkins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, NuScale Power

  • 3:15pm
    Investors panel: Can you make money in renewables?

    Worldwide, adoption of fossil fuel alternatives, even when competitive, is hindered by the large upfront investment required and high costs of financing. Yet the success of Paris is dependent on trillions of dollars of investment being shifted into renewable energy platform, EVs and clean energy systems. Our leading panel of investors and financiers will discuss some of the key issues of the day: what will it take to make renewables investable (why has investment prospects to date been so poor, how can the situation be improved), and what will it take for investors to divert capital from fossil fuels to clean energy.

    Session Keynote: Nancy Pfund, Managing Partner, DBL Partners

    Ingmar Willheim, Operating Partner, Terra Firma

    James McGinnis, Chief Executive Officer, Mainstream Renewable Capital

  • 4:05pm
    Afternoon refreshments
  • 4:25pm
    Into the den: Technology and innovation showcase-your vote!

    Which emerging or breakthrough energy technologies will have the greatest success in achieving the objectives of cleaner, more affordable and accessible energy? In this session, speakers will each pitch their breakthrough technology for 5-10 minutes and then the audience votes on which technology they think could be winners.

    David Ainswoth, Interim CEO/Business Development Director, Kite Power Systems

    Dr David Kingham, CEO, Tokamak Energy

    Thomas Duveau, Chief Strategy Officer, Mobisol

    James Dean, Director, Circuitree 

  • 5:15pm
    The industry plays long and short

    In this concluding session of the conference, the audience will vote on the key trends impacting the industry, casting votes on topics to include, for instance:

    • CCS
    • 1.5 degrees
    • Fusion
    • Renewable supermajor
    • Zero Carbon 2050
  • 5:30pm
    Closing remarks and close of summit

Key Themes

There are profound changes underway in the global energy industry.

Cleaner, alternatives technologies to include solar are becoming comparable and in some cases cheaper than fossil fuels. The number of electric vehicles has topped 1m and is forecast by some to account for a quarter of the auto fleet by 2040. If China and India were to make large-scale commitments to electric vehicles, they would have a dramatic impact on the outlook for oil demand. The future looks increasingly based on renewables. Yet for industry players and for investors, uncertainty remains.

  • What shape will the transition take?
  • Will it be gradual, or will it be abrupt transition measured in years rather than decades, and who will be the winners along the way?

Responding to the transition in all its aspects is the next big strategic challenge for the industry.

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Why Attend

  • Discuss the feasibility of baseload renewables and sustaining systems on 100% renewables
  • Discover the implications of electric vehicles for fossil fuels and renewables demand
  • Explore whether the nuclear renaissance is primed for success
  • Play long and short with the FT on leading industry technologies and trends: 1.5 degrees, zero carbon 2050, CCS and renewable supermajor
  • Hear the industry’s leading investors debate whether you make money in renewables
  • Have your vote on the FT showcase of next generation energy technologies-from fusion to batteries and beyond
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Who Attends

FT Live has a reputation for delivering very senior board level audiences to attend a wide range of world class thought-leadership events across the globe for nearly 40 years.

The FT Energy Transition Strategies Summit will be attended by senior decision-makers from the following sectors:

  • Fossil Fuels (Oil & Gas, Coal)
  • Power/Utilities
  • Clean Energy (Renewables, Carbon Capture and Storage, Smart Grid, Energy Efficiency) and Nuclear
  • Financiers and Investors
  • Corporates/Energy End Users
  • Electric Vehicles/Alternative Fuels
  • Energy Consultants and Lawyers
  • Government, National, Local, Municipal and Community power
  • Academics
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Fees

The FT Clean Energy Week consists of three separate events, FT Climate Finance Summit, FT Energy Transition Strategies and the FT Circular Economy Summit.

Below is our fee's to attend one event, two events or all three events.

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EARLY BIRD RATE BEFORE 31/03/17

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1 Day Ticket

£799 + VAT

£899 + VAT

2 Day Ticket

£1,299 + VAT

£1,399 + VAT

3 Day Ticket

£1,599 + VAT

£1,699 + VAT

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Venue

InterContinental London Park Lane
One Hamilton Place
London W1J 7QY

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7409 3131

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