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UK Energy Policy: A Little Less Intervention, a Little More Action

Nick White, Managing Partner, Arthur D Little The UK is facing major energy challenges. Aging infrastructure, greater reliance on gas imports and tighter contr...

2012 Conference Report of Plenary Sessions

The British Institute for Energy Economics held its biennial academic conference – its ninth – in Oxford on September 19-20, 2012. A total of 150 delegates ...

International pressures in europe’s energy supplies: what are the natural gas issues ?

Prof. Jonathan Stern OIES European external pressures on natural gas markets post-2008:  increasing import dependence of European countries; geopolitical impli...

Perspectives of an Energy Investor

Mathew Rose National Grid .Using National Grid as an example of a major investor in energy infrastructure, the presentation sets out the reasons for the very si...

Energy Market Outlook

Christof Ruehl  BP plc

Policy Drivers for RE Financing

Kirsty Hamilton Low Carbon Finance Group

Clean Energy Investment Trends

Michael Liebreich Bloomberg New Energy Finance .

The Potential Impact on Europe of Russia’s Evolving Domestic Gas Market

Dr James Henderson, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Historically Russia, and particularly Gazprom, has relied on gas exports to Europe to subsidise low dom...

Decarbonising surface transport in 2050

Mr Eric Ling, Committee on Climate Change This paper sets out a scenario for decarbonisation of surface transport between 2012 and 2050 consistent with the obj...

The impact of installer business models on the uptake of residential microgeneration in the UK: Evidence from a nation-wide survey

Mr Richard Hanna, Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of Surrey This paper arises from a doctoral thesis comparing the impact of alternative installe...

What’s the future role of photovoltaics in the UK energy mix? A discussion of recent market and policy developments

Dr Chiara Candelise, Imperial College The introduction of the Feed in Tariff (FIT) scheme has spurred photovoltaic (PV) sector in the UK, leading to a relative...

Shell Scenarios

Jeremy Bentham Vice President Global Environment .  Shell uses scenarios to explore the future.  These scenarios are not mechanical forecasts. They recognise...
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