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Envisioning Smarter Power Futures: UK Smart Grid Scenarios

Dr Peter Connor, University of Exeter, Tom Watson, University of Westminster, Nazmiye Balta-Ozkan, University of Westminster, Colin Axon, Brunel University, Lor...

A qualitative look at the coherence between EU energy security and climate change policies

Professor Måns Nilsson, Stockholm Environment Institute   Keywords: security, coherence, interaction, climate, neighboorhood, EU, integration   E...

Liquidity and Market efficiency: European Evidence from the World’s Largest Carbon Market

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, University of Edinburgh   We examine the efficiency of carbon financial instruments traded on the world’s largest carbon exchange, ...

Low carbon jobs: the evidence for net job creation from policy support for energy efficiency and renewable energy

Mr Jamie Speirs, Imperial College London William Blyth, Oxford Energy Associates Robert Gross, Imperial College London The objectives of this study are to...

Walking alone? How the UK’s carbon targets compare with its competitors’

  Ms Michal Nachmany, Grantham Research Institute Samuel Fankhauser, Grantham Research Institute Michal Nachmany, Grantham Research Institute Fergus Gr...

Effects of the proposed EU ETS Market Stability Reserve

Mr Adam Whitmore, Rio Tinto Paolo Agnolucci, University College London Phoebe Lewis, University College London There is currently a surplus of about 2 billio...

Policy Instruments for the Transformation to a Low-Carbon Energy System in the UK

Mr Paul Drummond, University College London Paul Ekins, University College London   The recently proposed EU 2030 Framework for Energy and Climate Chang...

Assessing the future security of the UK electricity system in a low-carbon context

Miss Emily Cox, University of Sussex   In order to meet legislative targets for mitigating climate change, future energy systems will need to become secu...

Residential Energy Efficiency Programs in the UK: a roadmap to recovery

Dr Jan Rosenow, Ricardo AEA Nick Eyre, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University   UK residential energy efficiency policy over the last decade ...

The new ‘civic’ energy sector: implications for ownership, governance and financing of low carbon energy infrastructure

Mr Stephen Hall, Sustainability Research Institute, University of Leeds Timothy J. Foxon, Sustainability Research Institute, University of Leeds Ronan Bolton,...

Electrification of heating: the role of heat pumps

Dr Tina Fawcett, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford Russell Layberry, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford Nick Eyre, Enviro...

Cumulative Carbon Emissions and Climate Change

Dr John Rhys, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are essentially cumulative in the earth's atmosphere.  The thesis of this pap...
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