Tyndall Centre’s Charlie Wilson, who is currently leading the Social Influence and Low Carbon Innovation (SILCI) project, joined the Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) Summit last October 19-20 at the Hyde Park Hotel. Charlie took part in a plenary discussion panel on the topic of ‘making net zero work’ and discussed public acceptability of new infrastructure and the importance of perceived fairness and justice.
BNEF is the leading market intelligence and advisory service for the energy industry. The summit agenda included keynote talks from Claire Perry (former Minister for Climate Change) and Kwasi Kwarteng (current Minister of State in BEIS), as well as a host of CEOs from utility, tech, automotive, battery, renewable, and other industries.
You can watch the full discussion here.