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Future energy research priorities: a UKERC perspective

  Prof. Jim Watson, Research Director, UKERC

An Integrating Approach to Energy-Climate Security and Policy

Prof Michael Grubb , ULC Professor Michael Grubb is a distinguished economist and academic.  His new book, Planetary Economics, attempts to define “three do...

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...

Financing a changing UK power sector

Neil Bush, Deputy Director and Head Energy Economist, DECC  

Is UK Energy Policy Plausible?

Peter Atherton, Equities Research, Liberium Capital Ltd

Policy Issues for Financiers : EMR Update and EU

Kirsty Hamilton, Low Carbon Finance Group

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...

UK Carbon Plan

The Carbon Plan published in December 2011, sets out the Government's plans for achieving the emissions reductions committed to in the first four carbon budgets...

Decarbonising the UK Energy Market

 Jonathan Brearley, DECC DECC’s objective is to achieve secure, low carbon, affordable electricity; whilst meeting the UK targets for renewable energy and c...

Is the future electric? A utility perspective

Rufus Ford, SSE Electricity demand scenarios to 2050 from UKERC, DECC, OFGEM, the CCC and others, show a wide range of possible different total demands across ...

Will EMR Work?

Rob Gross, Imperial College Based on the government’s goals for EMR, its success could be judged by how effectively the power sector is decarbonised by 2030,...

Is small always beautiful or is bigger better?

Dr Keith MacLean, SSE The policy context shows that there is: an unnatural pace, scale and technology mix required by national/international targets; a credit ...
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