Are markets working? And what do we do if they don’t? 

In the first of our series of three webcasts in support of KPMG’s Global Power & Utilities Conference 2014, we are delighted to welcome Alistair Buchanan (Chairman of KPMG’s Power & Utilities Practice in the UK; former Head of Ofgem, the UK’s energy regulator) who focuses on new market models in the energy sector, and explores why in so many jurisdictions (with particular focus on Europe) the current models are failing, how the drivers of energy policy have changed and what this means for the key European markets.

The pressure is not just on wholesale markets and security of supply: affordability and sustainability drivers have created profound challenges for retail markets. Not even the more predictable “regulated markets” are stable, and we are seeing just as much change on networks and interconnector regimes.

Please join us for this webcast and register now for the Global Power & Utilities Conference on 7-8 October in London, where Alistair will be hosting a discussion on new market models with a panel of high-profile energy experts.


This is the first webcast of our three webcast series in support of KPMG’s Global Power & Utilities Conference 2014. View the other two webcasts here:






Alistair Buchanan

Alistair Buchanan

Partner & Chairman, KPMG´s UK Power & Utilities Practice, KPMG in the UK

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