14 April | Online

Foot Off the Gas warns that plans to build a new generation of gas power plants in the UK could derail the country’s climate targets, push up household bills and waste up to £9 billion of investment. It reveals that a combination of clean energy technologies can already offer the same level of grid services as gas, at lower cost. By 2030 it will be 63% more expensive to build new gas power than to set up Clean Energy Portfolios (CEPs).

This session will include a short presentation from Carbon Tracker’s Power and Utilities team, with perspectives from the UK Government and the UK energy industry. This will be followed by an open discussion with the invited group of roundtable participants.

Speakers and principal participants include:

  • Catharina Hillenbrand von der Neyen, Co-head of Research, Carbon Tracker
  • Rachel Cary, Future Energy Security Team Head, BEIS
  • Helen Sanders, Head of Corporate Affairs, SSE Thermal
  • Richard Folland, Policy & Government Affairs Adviser, Carbon Tracker

Register via the link.

Want to attend the event?

Register Here