Green, Fair Future: Ofgem's COP26 programme
Ofgem is determined not just to do everything we can to support a carbon-neutral future in the UK but to use the momentum of the UN conference to accelerate greener, fairer energy globally through collaboration on learnings and best practice.
We can all work together within our sectors across the world to meet our 2050 goals, supporting a transition to a more efficient, zero carbon energy system of the future while protecting our customers’ interests.
Regulatory Energy Transition Accelerator
Launched at COP26, the Accelerator is a global initiative to enhance the capacity of regulators to increase the speed of the clean energy transition. Open to all regulators and developed by Ofgem, the International Energy Agency, International Renewable Energy Agency and World Bank.
Sustainable Futures Energy Forum
A partnership between Ofgem and Sustainability First announced during COP26. The new online forum aims to bring a wider range of voices and interests to help shape decision-making in the UK energy sector. Launching in early 2022, we're keen to hear from younger people and youth groups (18-24) in particular.
Looking to trial or launch new products, services, methodologies or business models? Ofgem's Innovation Link can help you understand what GB energy market rules might mean for you. It includes the Energy Regulation Sandbox to help pilot or bring to market new ideas without some of the usual rules applying.
Today at COP26: Finance
Today at COP26: Energy
Accelerating the Energy Transition Conference
Today at COP26: Youth and Public Empowerment
Today at COP26: Inclusion and Innovation
Today at COP26: Nature, Adaption, Loss and Damage
Today at COP26: Transport
Today at COP26: Cities, Regions and Built Environment
Seminar: Energy transition for economists
Seminar: GB consumer and behavioural Insights
Electric vehicle future
Regulating for a green, fair future
The road to electric transport
Energy system flexibility
Net zero networks
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