CFP: BIEE 2018 Oxford Research Conference: Consumers at the Heart of the Energy System? - 18-19 Sept 2018, Oxford, England - Deadline: 1 March 2018

BIEE’s Oxford Research Conference is a biennial research conference that seeks to understand the drivers of change in energy, both positive and negative. The conference is aimed at energy analysts, researchers, strategy and policy thinkers from all backgrounds, including industry, academia and research organisations, government, the finance community, NGOs and consultancies. BIEE conferences are renowned for the quality of their speakers, for their open, productive discussion and debate and for the diverse range of participants. They are forward-looking and provide a forum for sharing new thinking and ideas from across the sector.

The conference is avowedly international in outlook and attendance. It is the mix of people and perspectives that makes this conference distinctive.

‘The conference is a fantastic opportunity and melting pot for people in the energy industry, from government from academia from other research organisations. One of the real advantages and one of the special features of the BIEE conference is it’s a place where all of those energy interested people come together. They learn from each other they spark off each other and they build new networks and new coalitions to help drive the energy sector forward.’

Prof Matthew Leach 2016 Conference Chair

Want to know more ? Read Matt Hannon’s blog ‘ Why you should go and why youll want to come back in 2020

Call For Abstracts

Deadline for Submissions March 1st

Our Call for Papers is now open for academics, professionals and practitioners in the energy policy, industry, financial, analyst, consulting and media communities to submit abstracts for an opportunity to speak in the conference parallel sessions.

The 2018 conference will focus on the emerging role of the consumer in the energy system, regarded by many in the industry as one of the big transitional issues of the coming decade, and we welcome submissions aligned to this theme.

Submissions are invited for

  • Paper presentations which can be academic papers, practical case studies or comment on current energy policy, economics or finance issues
  • ‘Dialogue’ sessions. A new, interactive format which allows for broader discussion of energy economics and policy issues.
  • ‘Student Pitches’ for PhD and MSc students

Complete information can be found here.

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