European Ideas Network (EIN) e European Policy Forum (EPF) hanno organizzato un seminario, con il Conservative Party Policy Review, il 19 marzo a Londra, sulle politiche ambientali ed energetiche con il seguente programma: 14.15 – 15.30 Emissions Trading and Carbon Reduction: Chairman of the session: – Rt Hon John Gummer (MP, former UK Secretary of State for the Environment; Chairman; Conservative Party Policy Review working group on the Quality of Life). Presentation: – Dr John Llewellyn (Senior Economic Adviser, Lehman Brothers; former Head of Forecasting, OECD; Author of ‘The Business of Climate Change’). Remarks: – Liz Bossley (Chief Executive, Consilience Energy Advisory Group (CEAG); Director, London Climate Change Services Trade Association); – John Bowis (MEP, former UK Minister of Health and Transport; EPP-ED Group spokesman on Environment and Consumer Protection); – Antoine-Tristan Mocilnikar (Ingénieur en Chef des Mines; Energy Adviser to Interministerial Delegate for Sustainable Development, Paris). 15.30- 16.45 Energy Security and Market Competition: Chairman of the session: – Jacek Saryusz-Wolski (MEP, Chairman, European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee; former Polish Minister for Europe). Presentation: – Alastair Buchanan (Chief Executive, OFGEM). Remarks: – Dr Dieter Helm (Professor of Energy Policy, Oxford University); – Jake Ulrich (Managing Director, Centrica Energy); – Jan-Peter Onstwedder (Project Director, The London Accord; former Head of Risk, Integrated Supply and Trading, BP Oil International). 17.15 – 18.15 Nuclear Power: What role in Energy Security and Carbon Reduction? Chairman of session: – Tim Eggar (Former UK Minister of Energy; Coordinator for Energy, Conservative Party Policy Review). Presentation: – Gunnar Hökmark (MEP, Chairman, Swedish delegation, EPP-ED Group). Remarks: – Colin Scoins (Director, Clean Coal Nuclear Development, E.ON UK);
– Francis Bouquillon (Director General, SERCE; Rapporteur, EIN Working Group on Energy and the Environment);
– James Mills (Fund Manager, Tudor Investment Corporation). 18.15 – 18.30 Concluding remarks: – Lord Tugendhat (former Vice-President, European Commission; Chairman, European Policy Forum);
– James Elles (MEP, Chairman, European Ideas Network).