Evidence in energy policy-making
You can access a recording of this event here.
On 26 January, we welcome Will McDowall (University College London) to SKAPE as part of our seminar series.
Will’s talk will consider what the UK can learn from overseas energy policies. The discussion will cover his recent work on evidence in energy policy-making, which compares UK energy policy to approaches taken by Germany, France, the Netherlands and Canada. You can learn more about the report that the talk builds on by visiting the below blog, where you will also find links to the full report:
Will McDowall is an Associate Professor at the Energy Institute and Institute of Sustainable Resources at University College London in the UK. Until 2010, he was a Policy Advisor with the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE) in Canada, where he worked on climate change policy and governance. Will previously worked as Research Manager at the Community Energy Association, where he advised local governments on climate and energy policy, as Policy Associate at the Centre for Health and Environment Research at the University of British Columbia, and as a Research Fellow at the Policy Studies Institute in London. From April 2020-March 2021, he was on part-time secondment to the Institute for Government, leading research on the use of evidence in energy policy-making.
This SKAPE seminar will take place online via Zoom (for link details, please email the Co-Directors – if you are already a member/associate member of SKAPE, you will receive a Zoom link two days before the start of the event).