Generating Conclusions

Analysing outcomes from the global journey

After a global journey to find answers to our current energy situation and find ways to innovate for a clean energy future, we return to London to weigh up the answers discovered along the way.

An expert panel will sift the winning ideas [along with ideas proposed on this site] to work out - where does the journey go from here? What walls still need scaling, and what are the secrets to energy innovation?

LONDON HIGHLIGHTS

See highlights of the final event for 2013 from CNBC Studios.

LONDON SLIDESHOW

A slideshow of key moments from the finale event of 2013.

VIEWPOINT: BRUCE JENKYN-JONES

Discussing the need for carbon costs to be priced into business models. 

VIEWPOINT: LORD O'NEILL

Change in energy policy and in the energy markets is inevitable.

LONDON OUTCOME 01

See what conclusions Table One came to. 

LONDON OUTCOME 02

Table two present their findings at the London event. 

LONDON OUTCOME 03

Table three present their ideas in London. 

LONDON OUTCOME 04

Table Fours present their conclusions at the London event. 

VIEWPOINT: LAURENCE CARPANINI

Data will be a new ‘natural resource’, driving transformation.

VIEWPOINT: JASON PRIOR

Mr Prior suggests that there is no one single energy mix for the world. 

NEW CHOICES

Dr Rajendra Pachauri gives his thoughts on adjusting government perspectives.