The UK Energy White Paper: A review of key points

Presented by

John Grady, Gordon Downie, Tom Swan

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Sponsored by Shepherd and Wedderburn The Energy White Paper builds on the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution and contemplates the most radical set of changes to the UK energy system since privatisation. It sets out proposals for significant acceleration towards net zero and covers carbon capture and storage, energy transition and distribution, heat, offshore wind and energy efficiency. How it interacts with the policies of devolved administrations is a key topic of discussion, as is the pace of regulatory and legislative reform required. How the 2030 targets can be achieved at a realistic cost to consumers is also a critical issue. John Grady, Gordon Downie and Tom Swan, partners at law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn, All-Energy’s Headline Sponsor, will discuss these topics and more on Wednesday Chair: John Grady – Partner, Regulation and Markets, Shepherd and Wedderburn Panelists: ● Gordon Downie, Partner, Regulation and Markets, Shepherd and Wedderburn ● Tom Swan, Partner, Corporate, Shepherd and Wedderburn Panel discussion and audience Q&A

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