Business participation in demand response: a review of potential barriers

Catarina Araya Cardoso, Westminster Business School Demand side response (DSR) is widely seen as the main intervention tool to address issues of peaks and trou...

No one left behind – Consumer empowerment, protection and universal service in the low carbon

Chris Harris , npower The fourth and fifth carbon budgets have challenges in implementation of current policies, and some remaining policy gaps. The Paris comm...

UK Energy Expenditure Shares – A Long Term View

David Deller, Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia This paper maps the percentage of household expenditure devoted to energy in the UK over...

Role of household activities in peak electricity demand and distributional effects of Time-of-Use tariffs

Timur Yunusov, University of Reading In the UK, the electricity distribution networks and the electricity generation plants are traditionally designed to cater...

The UK Climate Change Act – a 10 year assessment

Dr Alina Averchenkova, Principal Research Fellow, Grantham Research Institute, LSE   The UK Climate Change Act became law in November 2008 and is one of ...

The evidence on engagement with demand response

Dr Robert Gross

Modelling the New Model: The electricity wholesale market after the Helm review

Prof Richard Green

National Grid Winter Outlook 2017/2018

Simon Durk, Market Insights Manager, National Grid

Shell LNG Gas Outlook 2017

Marco Serafini, Global Gas Market Advisor, Shell

Greenhouse gases, infrastructure and the role of CCS

Dr Adam Hawkes,  Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College

What could UK climate targets mean for gas consumption’

David Joffe, The CCC

Decarbonising Transport

Liam Lidstone ETI
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