Head of Policy
Energy Efficiency Council
One may argue that policy and regulations are written in the past. To ensure that they continue to drive security of supply, they need to look ahead – at where we need to be, identify the main obstacles and devise a roadmap on how to get there. It needs to account for changing trends in usage , the generational shifts, finite resources and future productivity.
- Developing regulation and market rules that are fit for purpose – addressing the change in the generation mix
- Exploring the relationship between energy and emissions policy
- Collaborating with users, generators, distributors and retailers
- Addressing the rising prominence of renewables