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Discussion Group: Energy Policy and Security of Supply

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The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) is delighted to have two research students from the University of Cambridge present a Discussion Group on energy policy with regards to security of energy supply:

1. Energy Policy In The Western World: Explaining The Failure Of Co-operation by Neta Luria, International Relations, Centre Of International Studies

2. Economic Policy Making For Energy Markets by Thomas Triebs, Electricity Policy Research Group, Judge Business School

Come join us in the warm, cosy setting of the Bun Shop to participate in a discussion on the difficulties which have arisen in establishing energy policies that work, and how policy making should perhaps be approached to ensure a safe, secure and sustainable energy supply.

Food and refreshments will be available from the bar.

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