COP26 and the European Energy Crisis: Lessons and Implications for the Australian Energy Transition

Join Energy Action's Ed Hanna and our Energy Experts Alliance partners in Europe, Alfa Energy, as we discuss the European energy crisis and the COP26 conference in Glasgow.
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Key speakers

Edward Hanna

Edward Hanna

Energy Action
Jeremy Nicholson

Jeremy Nicholson

Alfa Energy Group
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Session Details

The UK and Europe have experienced unprecedented turmoil in their energy markets and supply chains in recent weeks as they brace for a cold winter, and juggle the implications of a global energy transition.

Against the backdrop of COP26, and Australia taking important steps on its own energy transition and net zero pathway, we will assess what the view from London looks like, and what it means to commercial energy buyers in Australia.

Date

11 November 2021

Time

11:00 am

Location

Online via Zoom

Key Points

The similarities between energy prices rising in Europe and Australia

There are many factors contributing to the energy shortages in the UK and Europe that are also being reported in Australia.

Looking at COP26 on a local and global scale

Get the perspective from both the UK and from Australia on what they're doing to combat climate change and secure a better future for the world.

Commentary on the links between Green Energy policies and Energy Shortages

As Australia transitions towards net zero, we need to be able to manage the transition from black energy to green energy.

Methods for Australian businesses to manage exposure to price rises

Spot the risks and manage the market volatility, especially in these times of transition and re-opening economies.

Key Speakers

Meet the speakers

The latest webinar from Energy Action is all about the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) and the European Energy Crisis. We'll get the view from London and explore what it could potentially mean for Australian energy consumers.

Edward Hanna

Edward Hanna is the Head of Product Strategy & Net Zero at the ASX listed energy advisory firm, Energy Action. Edward has more than two decades of experience developing solutions to meet the needs of energy consumers and producers in the Australian markets. Over the last five years his focus has been driving the decentralisation of the grid to empower consumers and improving environmental outcomes.

Jeremy Nicholson

Jeremy Nicholson is Alfa Energy Group’s Corporate Affairs Officer. Prior to his current role, he was Director of the Energy Intensive Users’ Group, which campaigns for secure, competitive energy supplies for UK industry. He trained as a civil engineer, specialising in infrastructure and regulatory projects for utilities and their regulators before joining the EIUG as an economic adviser in 2000. He is a board member of IFIEC Europe (the International Federation of Industrial Energy Consumers), a member of Ofgem’s Sustainable Development Advisory Group, and Fellow of the Energy Institute.

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