Resources / Energy economics
Enabling the transition: Economics & Policy, Politics & EuropeMichael Grubb, Professor of Energy and Climate Change, UCL ISR
Are Markets working? And what do we do if they don’t?Are Markets working? And what do we do if they don’t? Alistair Buchanan, Chairman, Power and Utilities, KPMG
Planetary Economics: when The Economist gets it wrong on energy – and whyMichael Grubb, Professor of International Energy and Climate Policy, UCL & Senior Advisor, Sustainable Energy Policy, OFGEM
Clean Energy Investment TrendsGuy Turner, Director, Head of Economics and Commodities , Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Decarbonising heat: is electricity the answer?Michel Colombier, IDDRI An overview of the role of electricity in providing heat within the domestic sector in France, suggests that it has had a growing role ...
The Role of Biofuels in TransportJames Primrose, BP Biofuels There are a range of factors that impact on the effectiveness of different fuel use in transport, with liquid fuels generally being...
Clean Energy Investment Trends in 2011Benjamin Kafri, Bloomberg New Energy Finance Global energy investment in clean energy has increased from around $52bn in 2004 to $243bn in 2010 including: tech...
Decarbonising the UK Energy MarketJonathan Brearley, DECC DECC’s objective is to achieve secure, low carbon, affordable electricity; whilst meeting the UK targets for renewable energy and c...
Economies of Scale vs the Learning Curve in the Heat SectorDr Gareth Davies, Poyry Tackling heat is vital to delivering a low-carbon future, given that heat production is responsible for nearly half of UK’s final ene...
Energy and Environmental Challenges in the New Global EconomyAndrew Sentance, Bank of England. Provides an analysis of recovery in terms of global economic growth following the recent financial crisis, considering the r...
Outlook for the Global Economy and Oil DemandChristof Rühl, BP The context of global economic stability and growth are considered in relation to the US, China, Germany, Japan and the UK. The link between...