Mountbatten Lecture (image)

3 November 2015 | The Mermaid Centre, London

Professor Helm (photo)

We would like to make you aware that the IET Mountbatten Lecture 2015 taking place on 3 November will be changing venues. The lecture will now be held at The Mermaid Centre on the same date.


To gain further understanding about the change of venue, please read this message from our CEO, Nigel Fine.


Please note: there will be no admission to the venue before 18:00.


We are pleased to confirm that Dieter Helm CBE, Professor of Energy Policy at the University of Oxford, and Fellow in Economics at New College, Oxford, will deliver the 2015 IET Mountbatten Memorial Lecture.


Professor Helm is an economist specialising in utilities, infrastructure, regulation and the environment, and concentrating on the energy, water, communications and transport sectors primarily in Britain and Europe.


He is an author of “The Carbon Crunch: How We're Getting Climate Change Wrong - and How to Fix It” book, a provocative analysis of the global climate-change.


Find out more about the lecture.

View a complete list of the past speakers at this Prestige Lecture. You can also find links to related media for some of the more recent lectures.



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The Mountbatten Lecture will be streamed live as a webcast on Tuesday 3 November 2015.





View the lecture webcast.


This lecture can count towards your CPD requirements. You'll earn one hour of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.


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