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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...

Smart technologies in the domestic and SME sectors: evidence and policy options

Dr Peter  Warren, Department of Energy and Climate Change, United Kingdom Smart technologies refer to the use of digital and communications technologies ba...

Renewable energy deployment and costs in the UK: spatial analysis taking into account policy, social and environmental land use constraints

Ms Marianne  Zeyringer, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom Dr Dennis Konadu, UCL Energy Institute,United Kingdom Dr James Price, UCL Energy Institut...

The next big thing or too big for us? New business models for renewable energy cooperatives – barriers in the perception of cooperatives’ members.

Prof Carsten  Herbes, Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Germany Mr Vasco Brummer, Alanus University,Germany  Ms Naomi Gericke, Alanus University, Ger...

How disruptive could storage be?

Dr Philipp Grunewald, EPSRC Fellow. ECI, University of Oxford Electricity storage has long been argued to be highly valuable to future low carbon energy s...

Accelerating energy storage innovation – “ what is needed and how can it be achieved?

Prof Peter Taylor, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Dr Jonathan Radcliffe, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom Energy storage is increasing bein...

Optimal Storage Investment and Management under Uncertainty – It is costly to avoid outages!

Mr Joachim  Geske, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom Prof Richard Green, Imperial College Business School, United Kingdom Overview: Storage has ...
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