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A ‘one size fits all’ won’t work for heat decarbonisation

Heat decarbonisation is one of the biggest challenges facing the UK in terms of meeting net zero. The reason that it is so difficult is that it involves making ...

Green Lairds and the great carbon offset: how to reconcile natural capital, net-zero and just transition priorities?

Listen HERE An expert panel discusses the trends for large-scale land purchases for carbon offsetting in Scotland, what is driving these trends, and what the...

bp Energy Energy Outlook 2022

Richard de Caux bp Energy Outlook 2022 Focus on the energy transition has intensified in recent years. How might this increase in global ambition affect t...

UKERC/ BIEE Webinar: Green Jobs

This webinar hosted in conjunction with UKERC will present key findings and policy recommendations arising from UKERC’s latest project exploring low carbon en...

Future of Energy Lecture – Heating goes electric: Why heat pumps will become mainstream soon

Greg Jackson, Octopus Energy The pace of decarbonisation needs to accelerate in the face of climate change. The UK is aiming to reach Net Zero by 2050 but al...

BIEE Webinar: Behavioural economics, energy and climate policy: Lessons from the last three decades

Professor Luis Mundaca, Lund University There has been growing scientific and policy attention on the role of behavioural economics to advance energy and clima...

BIEE Conference 2021: Energy for a Net Zero Society – Keynote & Plenary Speaker Presentations

BIEE Conference 2021: Energy for a Net Zero Society - Keynote & Plenary Speaker Presentations.

The Impact of Digital Technologies on OECD Energy Demand

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) offer many opportunities for energy saving, such as optimising energy use in buildings and industrial processe...

Addressing the socio-economic disparities of net zero transition

The European transition to a net-zero economy by 2050 implies a wide range of changes which will be unevenly distributed across industrial sectors, communities ...

Energy for a Net Zero Society – Comments on Energy Policy

The UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) presidency provides an opportunity to drive further action and change in policy. The UK was the first ma...

Energy Innovation: BEIS £505m programme – lessons learned and setting future priorities

The BEIS £505m Energy Innovation Programme was established in 2015 to run over a 5 year period to 2021. Its objective is to accelerate the development of ener...

What do regional energy systems operators look like in a net zero world?

This paper will present the preliminary findings from a two-year Innovate UK-funded project to design a regional energy system operator (RESO) model for the Cit...
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