'After the market meltdown, how to build a more resilient energy market' with Gillian Cooper

Past Event

08 February 2022, 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Online & Oxford Martin School
34 Broad Street (corner of Holywell and Catte Streets), Oxford, OX1 3BD

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Citizens Advice’s Market Meltdown report outlines how the regulator failed to take meaningful action against unfit and unsustainable energy suppliers, with the subsequent failures due to costs households over £2.6 billion as well as the billions of taxpayer funding set aside for Bulb. Household finances are also set to be under increasing strain from huge rises in energy bills in 2022.

The presentation will outline the market failures that have had a direct impact on the current gas market crisis, the challenges of supporting households in the short and medium term, and how to continue to develop the policy frameworks needed to support the net zero transition.

To watch this event, please register here: Energy seminar registration

This seminar will be delivered as a webinar through TEAMS. Please go to the web address for booking (above) to receive the TEAMS link. The presenter, Gillian Cooper, will present online. In-person attendance is permitted now, and will be at the Oxford Martin School and does NOT require registration.

This event is organised by Oxford Energy, with the Oxford Martin School Programmes on the Post-Carbon Transition, Integrating Renewable Energy and the Future of Cooling

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Gillian Cooper
Head of Energy Policy, Citizens Advice Bureau

Gillian Cooper has been Head of Energy Policy at Citizens Advice since November 2018. She leads the organisation’s advocacy work as the statutory energy consumer advocate and is also responsible for its energy advice strategy. Gillian has been a consumer advocate in the energy sector for over 16 years, working in a number of watchdog organisations