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The Economics of New Nuclear

As  the controversy surrounding the building of  Hinkley Point C continues,  Dr Simon Taylor  will review the state of the new nuclear programme in the UK a...

The Energy Catalyst – accelerating innovation to commercialisation

Michael Priestnall, Lead Technologist Energy, Innovate UK Energy Catalyst Round 4 is investing £19m in grants to disruptive UK energy innovators. Michael Prie...

A Green Mission-Oriented Industrial Strategy

Mariana Mazzucato Professor Mariana Mazzucato (PhD) holds the RM Phillips chair in the Economics of Innovation at the SPRU in the University of Sussex.  She h...

Facilitating the energy transition in six conceptual slides

Michael Grubb Michael Grubb is Professor of International Energy and Climate Change Policy at University College London, with the Institute of Sustainable Resou...

Reality vs Rhetoric: what business models work now and what has to change

Sara Bell In 2012, Sara set up Tempus Energy and began developing the tech platform for the future utility. The Tempus platform uses algorithms, machine learni...

Business Models for Future Energy Systems

Michael Pollitt Michael Pollitt is Professor of Business Economics at the Judge Business School and Fellow and Director of Studies in Economics and Management a...

Towards a new energy sector: The role of financial innovation

Barbara Buchner Dr. Barbara Buchner is Executive Director of the widely renowned Climate Finance program at Climate Policy Initiative and is based out of San F...

Future perspectives on policy instruments and market coupling for integration of RES-e in regional supergrids

Dr Catalina  Spataru,UCL, United Kingdom Ms Omotola Adeoye, UCL,United Kingdom  Prof Raimund Bleischwitz, UCL, United Kingdom This paper analyse th...

Political Power and the Development of UK Domestic Heat Policy

Mr Richard  Lowes, University of Exeter Energy Policy Group, United Kingdom Heat is around half of the UK’s total energy demand and its generation is res...

Governing for Innovation Without Disruption in Energy Systems

Prof Catherine  Mitchell, University of Exeter Energy Policy Group, United Kingdom The energy systems of some countries are undergoing rapid change of tech...

Peak demand, price elasticity and intrinsic flexibility from time use activities

Dr Jacopo  Torriti, University of Reading, United Kingdom Peaks in electricity demand bring about significantly negative environmental and economic impac...

Integrating wind power into the UK energy mix through dynamic demand-side response

Mr Matthew  Gross, University of Sussex, United Kingdom In the majority of residential demand-side response (DSR) programmes that have taken place internatio...
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