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Mind The Gap: Experienced Engineers Wanted

Mr Maxime Le Floch, AXA Investment Managers This study shows that the oil and gas (O&G) industry is facing a significant shortage of skilled workers in the...

Strategic allocation of effort in energy reduction contests

Dr Philomena Bacon, LUMS, Lancaster University Rent payable on university accommodation often incorporates energy costs, thereby absorbing the risk associated ...

The path to 2050: strategic insights from modelling the UK energy system

Mr George Day, Energy Technologies Institute The Energy Technologies Institute, a public private partnership between global industries and the UK Government, h...

Macroeconomic costs and benefits for the EU as a first mover in climate change mitigation: a computable general equilibrium analysis

Professor Pantelis Capros, National Technical University of Athens The paper uses the GEM-E3 global computable general equilibrium model to analyse the costs a...

Managing Low Carbon Technology Options in the Electricity Sector: A Case Study of Guangdong Province in China

Dr Xi Liang, University of Exeter The aim of this paper is to develop a decision-analytical framework for analysing technical options available in a power gene...

The impact of future heat demand pathways on the economics of low carbon heating systems

Mr Robert Sansom, Imperial College The demand for heat will have a fundamental influence on all the associated assets required from supply to delivery through ...

Estimating Direct and Indirect Rebound Effects for UK Households

Dr Mona Chitnis, University of Surrey Policymakers expect improved energy efficiency to play a key role in reducing GHG emissions. However, the energy and emis...

A review of current and future costs and benefits of demand response for electricity for the UK

Mr Peter Bradley, University of Surrey Demand response can play a key role in bringing about a low carbon electricity system and more efficient allocation and ...

Green Deal and the Energy Company Obligation – will it work?

Mr Jan Rosenow, Oxford University, Environmental Change Institute The current UK energy efficiency policy context is very fluid with a number of new policies d...

A nuclear renaissance for Europe?

Professor Gordon MacKerron, SPRU, University of Sussex The conference agenda asks, among other things, where Europe will get its long-term energy supplies, and...

Political Shocks and Efficient Investment in Electricity Markets

Professor Felix Muesgens, Brandenburg University of Technology Investment decisions in electricity markets are driven by different factors: (expectations of) f...

Is there still merit in the merit order stack? The impact of dynamic constraints on optimal plant mix

Dr Iain Staffell, Imperial College London The UK faces ever more challenging questions in terms of its energy policy: • What are the consequences of adding ...
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