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Directions to 2050

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The forthcoming Climate Change Bill in the UK, the EU 2 °C target and AB-32 in California will each apply a challenging constraint to their respective economies. The impact on the energy system and the changes it must see over the coming 20-40 years will be profound. Action will need to start now, driven by significant new policy frameworks. This presentation will explore the nature of those changes, the response required and the policy architecture needed to deliver the desired outcome.

David Hone works for Shell International B.V. and is currently the Group Climate Change Adviser. David joined Shell in 1980 after graduating as a Chemical Engineer from the University of Adelaide in South Australia. He initially worked for Shell as a refinery engineer in Australia and The Netherlands, before becoming the supply economist at the Shell refinery in Sydney. In 1989 David transferred to London to work as an oil trader in Shell Trading and held a number of senior positions in that organisation until 2001. In that year David took up his current role. David is also a board member of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). He is currently Vice Chairman of the association. Recently he has worked closely with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and is lead author of its recent publications on climate change:

  • Energy & Climate Change: Facts and Trends to 2050
  • Energy & Climate Change: Pathways to 2050
  • Energy & Climate Change: Policy Directions to 2050

This talk is part of the ELCF - Engineering for a Low Carbon Future (seminar series) series.

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