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Critical energy market decisions require accurate, in-depth intelligence.Aurora’s data-driven analytics on European and global energy markets provide valuable intelligence on the global energy transformation through forecasts, reports, forums and bespoke consultancy services.By focusing on delivering the best quality analysis available, we have built a reputation for service that is:Independent – we are not afraid to challenge the ‘norm’ by looking at the energy markets objectivelyTransparent – all our analyses undergo further refining through a detailed consultation process across our private and public sector clientsAccurate – we drill right down to the requisite level of detail and ensure results are internally consistent. In power market analysis, this means half hour granularity with complete internal consistency across energy capacity balancing and other markets.Credible – trusted by our clients, our results have proven bankabilityThat is why our clients trust our independent intelligence when making their strategic decisions.Aurora was founded in 2013 by University of Oxford Professors and economists that saw the need for a deeper focus on quality analysis. With decades of experience at the highest levels of academia and energy policy, Aurora combines unmatched experience across energy, environmental and financial markets with cutting-edge technical skills like no other energy analytics provider.

Latest Episodes

EP.11 Spring Forum 2020 Preview #2 An interview with Falck Renewables' Toni Volpe

In the second of our Spring Forum podcasts, we’re joined by Toni Volpe – Chief Executive Officer of Falck Renewables – for insight into the ideas he’ll be contributing as part of the panel session ‘How will renewables be delivered ten years from now?’. When you’ve listened, follow our podcast for the latest updates from Aurora, then visit our website to register for your place at the Aurora Spring Forum 2020!

6 MIN6 d ago
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EP.11 Spring Forum 2020 Preview #2 An interview with Falck Renewables' Toni Volpe

EP.10 Spring Forum Preview #1 An interview with Equinor's Stephen Bull

The Aurora Spring Forum hosts a plethora of industry experts, and we’re delighted to welcome Stephen Bull of Equinor to the panel ‘Competition in renewables auctions: Is this the future? How involved should Government be?’, taking a closer look at to what extent we need auctions in a high-renewables world, and how auction design needs to reflect increasing cannibalisation. Stephen’s responsibilities at Equinor include project development for their global wind portfolio, and business and project development for the low carbon business line, including carbon capture and storage and hydrogen. He also has special responsibility for Equinor’s floating offshore wind business, Hywind, and their energy storage concept, Batwind. We interviewed Stephen for the first in a series of Spring Forum 2020 podcasts. Listen to his thoughts on renewables auctions, as well as Net Zero, and the Aurora Spring Forum!

6 MIN2019 DEC 19
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EP.10 Spring Forum Preview #1 An interview with Equinor's Stephen Bull

EP.9 Alan Whitehead MP challenged on Labour’s Net Zero policy at Aurora Battery Storage Conference

With just days to go until the UK General Election, the climate emergency has become a key topic of interest to voters, with parties keen to demonstrate their green credentials. Labour’s manifesto has stepped back from the Net Zero by 2030 pledge made at their Party Conference in October. So, what is their official stance? At Aurora’s 2019 Battery and Flexibility Conference held in October, Aurora’s Research Director Richard Howard interviewed Alan Whitehead MP – Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change. Richard challenged Alan on Labour’s position on Net Zero, the achievability of the 2030 target, and what it means for the energy system and the need for flexible capacity. Richard’s and Alan’s full interview is available now on our podcast channel, as the first of four podcasts from the Battery Conference, and it couldn’t be more timely. Listen now, and look out for more episode in the coming months!

23 MIN2019 DEC 4
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EP.9 Alan Whitehead MP challenged on Labour’s Net Zero policy at Aurora Battery Storage Conference

EP.8 - Aurora Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference 2019

This podcast is a review of Aurora Energy Research's 2019 Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference. It features Alan Whitehead MP, Shadow Energy and Climate Change Minister and Fintan Slye Director, UK Systems Operator, National Grid SO. The need for energy storage and flexibility has become increasingly apparent as decarbonisation ambitions are raised and renewables penetration grows. However, future revenue streams and associated uncertainties are difficult to quantify and financing projects can be challenging. Aurora’s annual Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference has grown to be one of the largest events of its kind in Europe. The event combines original analysis from Aurora with perspective from leading figures from industry, finance and policy in a focused half day in central London.

18 MIN2019 OCT 16
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EP.8 - Aurora Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference 2019

EP.7 - Aurora Summer Renewables Summit 2019

Aurore Energy Research's Summer Renewables Summit took place at the Savoy Place Institute of Engineering and Technology. A common theme was whether the UK can meet the challenge of reaching net zero emissions by 2050, and deliver on the commitment that the UK made by signing the Paris Agreement. This lead to discussions on the implications for strategy. It also looked at the rapid acceleration in change that is likely to occur in the renewables sector as new technologies emerge, markets evolve, and governments push towards decarbonisation targets. Other themes included how to prepare for the future by examining the possible paths towards a zero-carbon power system in 2050, and drawing out the implications for how to act today to capture emerging opportunities There was also - Examination of the role of government policy in delivering a zero carbon system. - Al look at the investment approaches that will deliver the most resilient results in a fast-changing market -The fundamental pr...

14 MIN2019 JUN 7
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EP.7 - Aurora Summer Renewables Summit 2019

EP.6 - Aurora Spring Forum 2019 - The Future of Energy

This podcast features some of the leading names in the energy industry, all of whom took part in the Aurora Spring Forum to discuss the future of energy. They included Iain Conn, Group Chief Executive of Centrica and Johannes Teyssen, CEO of E.ON. The Aurora Spring Forum is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the energy industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping the energy industry.

14 MIN2019 MAR 21
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EP.6 - Aurora Spring Forum 2019 - The Future of Energy

EP.5 - Spring Forum Preview with Irene Rummelhoff, Equinor, Executive Vice President of MMP

The Aurora Spring Forum on 19th March is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping our industry. Irene Rummelhoff is Equinor's Executive Vice President of Marketing, Midstream & Processing (MMP). She will be taking part in a discussion called "Future energy policy: climate change, security of supply and European integration". If you want to attend the forum, tickets are available. Go to www.auroraer.com for more information.

5 MIN2019 MAR 11
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EP.5 - Spring Forum Preview with Irene Rummelhoff, Equinor, Executive Vice President of MMP

EP.3 - Spring Forum Preview with Audrey Zibelman, CEO AEMO

The Aurora Spring Forum on 19th March is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping our industry. Audrey Zibelman is CEO of AEMO - Australian Energy Market Operator. She will be taking part in a discussion called "Future energy policy: climate change, security of supply and European integration". If you want to attend the forum, tickets are available. Go to www.auroraer.com for more information.

6 MIN2019 MAR 1
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EP.3 - Spring Forum Preview with Audrey Zibelman, CEO AEMO

EP.2 - Spring Forum Preview with James Samworth, Greencoat Capital

The Aurora Spring Forum on 19th March is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping our industry. James Samworth is the co-head of Greencoat Capital's bioenergy division, and he is taking part in a discussion called 'The Future of renewables: how to get to true subsidy free?" If you want to attend the forum, tickets are available. Go to www.auroraer.com for more information.

6 MIN2019 FEB 27
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EP.2 - Spring Forum Preview with James Samworth, Greencoat Capital

EP.1 - Aurora Battery Conference 2018

Battery storage and other flexible technologies continue to be a focal point for investment in the UK power system as it transitions towards a low carbon future. At the same time, markets for flexible assets have become more complex and challenging, and businesses are evolving their business models to continue to realise value. Aurora’s flagship Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference brought together original analysis and insights from the Aurora team on the outlook for flexible technologies, and discussion with leading industry figures, in a focused half-day session in central London. It has grown to become one of the largest events of its kind in Europe – attracting 550 participants this year.

16 MIN2018 OCT 15
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EP.1 - Aurora Battery Conference 2018
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Latest Episodes

EP.11 Spring Forum 2020 Preview #2 An interview with Falck Renewables' Toni Volpe

In the second of our Spring Forum podcasts, we’re joined by Toni Volpe – Chief Executive Officer of Falck Renewables – for insight into the ideas he’ll be contributing as part of the panel session ‘How will renewables be delivered ten years from now?’. When you’ve listened, follow our podcast for the latest updates from Aurora, then visit our website to register for your place at the Aurora Spring Forum 2020!

6 MIN6 d ago
Comments
EP.11 Spring Forum 2020 Preview #2 An interview with Falck Renewables' Toni Volpe

EP.10 Spring Forum Preview #1 An interview with Equinor's Stephen Bull

The Aurora Spring Forum hosts a plethora of industry experts, and we’re delighted to welcome Stephen Bull of Equinor to the panel ‘Competition in renewables auctions: Is this the future? How involved should Government be?’, taking a closer look at to what extent we need auctions in a high-renewables world, and how auction design needs to reflect increasing cannibalisation. Stephen’s responsibilities at Equinor include project development for their global wind portfolio, and business and project development for the low carbon business line, including carbon capture and storage and hydrogen. He also has special responsibility for Equinor’s floating offshore wind business, Hywind, and their energy storage concept, Batwind. We interviewed Stephen for the first in a series of Spring Forum 2020 podcasts. Listen to his thoughts on renewables auctions, as well as Net Zero, and the Aurora Spring Forum!

6 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
EP.10 Spring Forum Preview #1 An interview with Equinor's Stephen Bull

EP.9 Alan Whitehead MP challenged on Labour’s Net Zero policy at Aurora Battery Storage Conference

With just days to go until the UK General Election, the climate emergency has become a key topic of interest to voters, with parties keen to demonstrate their green credentials. Labour’s manifesto has stepped back from the Net Zero by 2030 pledge made at their Party Conference in October. So, what is their official stance? At Aurora’s 2019 Battery and Flexibility Conference held in October, Aurora’s Research Director Richard Howard interviewed Alan Whitehead MP – Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change. Richard challenged Alan on Labour’s position on Net Zero, the achievability of the 2030 target, and what it means for the energy system and the need for flexible capacity. Richard’s and Alan’s full interview is available now on our podcast channel, as the first of four podcasts from the Battery Conference, and it couldn’t be more timely. Listen now, and look out for more episode in the coming months!

23 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
EP.9 Alan Whitehead MP challenged on Labour’s Net Zero policy at Aurora Battery Storage Conference

EP.8 - Aurora Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference 2019

This podcast is a review of Aurora Energy Research's 2019 Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference. It features Alan Whitehead MP, Shadow Energy and Climate Change Minister and Fintan Slye Director, UK Systems Operator, National Grid SO. The need for energy storage and flexibility has become increasingly apparent as decarbonisation ambitions are raised and renewables penetration grows. However, future revenue streams and associated uncertainties are difficult to quantify and financing projects can be challenging. Aurora’s annual Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference has grown to be one of the largest events of its kind in Europe. The event combines original analysis from Aurora with perspective from leading figures from industry, finance and policy in a focused half day in central London.

18 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
EP.8 - Aurora Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference 2019

EP.7 - Aurora Summer Renewables Summit 2019

Aurore Energy Research's Summer Renewables Summit took place at the Savoy Place Institute of Engineering and Technology. A common theme was whether the UK can meet the challenge of reaching net zero emissions by 2050, and deliver on the commitment that the UK made by signing the Paris Agreement. This lead to discussions on the implications for strategy. It also looked at the rapid acceleration in change that is likely to occur in the renewables sector as new technologies emerge, markets evolve, and governments push towards decarbonisation targets. Other themes included how to prepare for the future by examining the possible paths towards a zero-carbon power system in 2050, and drawing out the implications for how to act today to capture emerging opportunities There was also - Examination of the role of government policy in delivering a zero carbon system. - Al look at the investment approaches that will deliver the most resilient results in a fast-changing market -The fundamental pr...

14 MIN2019 JUN 7
Comments
EP.7 - Aurora Summer Renewables Summit 2019

EP.6 - Aurora Spring Forum 2019 - The Future of Energy

This podcast features some of the leading names in the energy industry, all of whom took part in the Aurora Spring Forum to discuss the future of energy. They included Iain Conn, Group Chief Executive of Centrica and Johannes Teyssen, CEO of E.ON. The Aurora Spring Forum is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the energy industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping the energy industry.

14 MIN2019 MAR 21
Comments
EP.6 - Aurora Spring Forum 2019 - The Future of Energy

EP.5 - Spring Forum Preview with Irene Rummelhoff, Equinor, Executive Vice President of MMP

The Aurora Spring Forum on 19th March is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping our industry. Irene Rummelhoff is Equinor's Executive Vice President of Marketing, Midstream & Processing (MMP). She will be taking part in a discussion called "Future energy policy: climate change, security of supply and European integration". If you want to attend the forum, tickets are available. Go to www.auroraer.com for more information.

5 MIN2019 MAR 11
Comments
EP.5 - Spring Forum Preview with Irene Rummelhoff, Equinor, Executive Vice President of MMP

EP.3 - Spring Forum Preview with Audrey Zibelman, CEO AEMO

The Aurora Spring Forum on 19th March is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping our industry. Audrey Zibelman is CEO of AEMO - Australian Energy Market Operator. She will be taking part in a discussion called "Future energy policy: climate change, security of supply and European integration". If you want to attend the forum, tickets are available. Go to www.auroraer.com for more information.

6 MIN2019 MAR 1
Comments
EP.3 - Spring Forum Preview with Audrey Zibelman, CEO AEMO

EP.2 - Spring Forum Preview with James Samworth, Greencoat Capital

The Aurora Spring Forum on 19th March is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry, bringing together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting in Oxford. The Forum is a serious attempt to discuss the medium and long term challenges of the industry. This includes: the climate change agenda, the huge regulatory uncertainty created by Brexit in the UK, coal-phase-out, levy and grid charging reforms in Germany and other European countries, and the pace of technological change that is fundamentally reshaping our industry. James Samworth is the co-head of Greencoat Capital's bioenergy division, and he is taking part in a discussion called 'The Future of renewables: how to get to true subsidy free?" If you want to attend the forum, tickets are available. Go to www.auroraer.com for more information.

6 MIN2019 FEB 27
Comments
EP.2 - Spring Forum Preview with James Samworth, Greencoat Capital

EP.1 - Aurora Battery Conference 2018

Battery storage and other flexible technologies continue to be a focal point for investment in the UK power system as it transitions towards a low carbon future. At the same time, markets for flexible assets have become more complex and challenging, and businesses are evolving their business models to continue to realise value. Aurora’s flagship Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference brought together original analysis and insights from the Aurora team on the outlook for flexible technologies, and discussion with leading industry figures, in a focused half-day session in central London. It has grown to become one of the largest events of its kind in Europe – attracting 550 participants this year.

16 MIN2018 OCT 15
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EP.1 - Aurora Battery Conference 2018
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