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Democracy and Electricity: Institutions, Industrial Representation and Technology Deployment Rates

It is widely agreed that significant emissions cuts need to be undertaken in the electricity sector to meet the targets adopted in the Paris Agreement (IPCC 201...

Delivering an inclusive green recovery for UK industry

The UK Government aims dramatically to reduce the carbon emissions from industrial activities, while maximising advantages for UK industry from the global shift...

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...

Vertical integration in bio ethanol industry: security of supply and market access in fuel-ethanol value chain

Mr Jin Hooi Chan, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge The global bioethanol industry expands rapidly with an average growth rate of 15% annually dur...

Zero Carbon Buildings Fulcrum 2009

Andy Ford, Fulcrum Consulting Sets out the business case for zero carbon, explaining why it is needed, what needs to happen and by when. An overview is provide...

Building a Low Carbon Economy

David Kennedy, The Committee on Climate Change Provides a recap of the UK’s Intended and Interim carbon budgets to 2020 and the opportunities for emission re...

Building A low carbon Economy . The UK’s contribution to tackling climate change

David Kennedy, The Committee on Climate Change Provides a recap of the UK’s Intended and Interim carbon budgets to 2020 and the opportunities for emission re...

Piloting Low Carbon Economic Zones in China 2009

Antony Froggatt, Chatham House An overview of Low Carbon Zones (LCZ) is provided, setting out what they are, what they can include and the opportunities and in...

China’s International Oil Strategy 2009

Philip Andrews-Speed, University of Dundee This is discussed in respect to the overseas investment and the different objectives of the parties involved. Chines...

Regional Renewable Energy Policy in China 2009

Amber Sharick, Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research The development for renewables within China is discussed in context to its growing population, gro...

Delivering Sustainability – The need for energy policy to engage more people than the ‘usual suspects’ – the supply-side

Catherine Mitchell, University of Exeter Sets out the nature of the current energy system in terms of incumbent energy companies and how Government policies su...

Personal Carbon Trading

Stephen Elderkin, DEFRA The role of personal carbon trading (PCT) is discussed in relation to emissions from leisure, aviation, personal car use, electricity, ...
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