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A Technological Innovation System Analysis of the UK Wave Energy Sector using SNA

Mr Angus Vantoch-Wood, University of Exeter A recent POST report on the UK marine energy sector has noted that device developer concerns regarding IP have resu...

Nuclear Energy Policy in the European Union: The Case of Romania

Mr Raphael Heffron, University of Cambridge This research assesses the formulation of nuclear energy policy in the European Union (EU) directly focusing on Rom...

The Carbon Reduction Agenda and UK Nuclear Energy Policy

Mr Jonathan Cooper, University of Central Lancashire The relatively low carbon footprint of nuclear energy development, when compared to fossil fuel alternativ...

The Likely Impact of Mechanism Change on Renewables Targets in the UK: The Reform of the RO and the Introduction of Feed-in Tariffs to the Policy Landscape

Geoffrey Wood , C EP M L P, University of Dundee Although the United Kingdom has had a specific delivery programme for RES-E since 1990, the NFFO and RO, the ...

Energy efficiency in Liberalised energy markets – implications for a low carbon futur

Nick Eyre University of Oxford Full liberalisation of retail gas and electricity markets in Great Britain was implemented in 1998. At the time, it was recognis...

Addressing leakage in the EU ETS: Results from the CASE II model

Dr Stéphanie Monjon, CIRED The European Union Emission Trading System covers CO2 emissions from electricity generation and heavy industry. Industry representa...

Regulating Energy Networks to facilitate the Transition in the Energy Industry

Dr Machiel Mulder, Netherlands Competition Authority NMa The growing attention for the environmental effects of using (fossil) energy calls for an evaluation o...

Time to stop experimenting with UK renewable energy policy?

Dr Robert Gross, Imperial College In the period since Britain’s electricity markets were privatised a variety of measures have been put in place to support t...

Can UK Electricity Markets Deliver A Low Carbon Future?

Dr John Rhys, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies The UK electricity market was designed to satisfy the technical requirement to supply a non-storable commodit...

Accelerating the development of emerging renewable energy technologies: research and policy challenges

Dr Mark Winskel, Instiute for Energy Systems, University of Edinburgh Emerging renewable energy technologies promise to open up more diverse and more affordabl...

Climate policy uncertainty and investment behaviour: Evidence from small hydropower plants

Dr Oecon Kristin Linnerud, Cicero In the coming years, Europe will need more electric power from renewable sources to meet our greenhouse gas and renewable tar...

Personal carbon Taxation: its role in climate policy

Dr Tina Fawcett University of Oxford In the UK, there is currently little interest in exploring increased direct personal carbon taxation as a response to clim...
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