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The Institutional Framework for China’s Energy Transition

Professor Philip Andrews-Speed, University of Dundee How China manages its transition to a low carbon economy though the reform of its energy sector is of crit...

Passenger Road Transport in the Long Run

Katharina Gruenberg, Shell Research Ltd In a rapidly changing world the demand for energy seems ever increasing. Good insight into future energy demand levels ...

Energy in a low carbon economy: new roles for governments and markets

David Newbery, EPEG Cambridge EU climate policy comprises of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to price CO2, the 20-20-20 Directive to create a demand pull fo...

Energy in a Low Carbon Economy, Keynote Address

Dr Paul Golby, CEO EON Paul Golby’s opening address at the BIEE 2010 conference

International Energy Security; Governments And Markets

International energy security, governments and markets: Lord Howell An overview of the role of Government, particularly the FCO, in increasing the UK’s ener...

Can UK Electricity Markets Deliver A Low Carbon Future?

Dr John Rhys, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies The UK electricity market was designed to satisfy the technical requirement to supply a non-storable commodit...

The Likely Impact of Mechanism Change on Renewables Targets in the UK: The Reform of the RO and the Introduction of Feed-in Tariffs to the Policy Landscape

Geoffrey Wood , C EP M L P, University of Dundee Although the United Kingdom has had a specific delivery programme for RES-E since 1990, the NFFO and RO, the ...

Energy Efficiency and pace model

Nadia Ameli , UC Berkeley An economic transition is needed to a low-carbon, sustainable, and job producing model. In thatprocess, improving commercial and resi...

Bridging the gap – Market interventions for commercial marine energy deployments

Mr Philip Thies, University of Exeter, 22/09/12 In the UK as much as 17% of the electricity demand (58 TWh/a out of 340 TWh/a) could be provided by wave energ...

Do homes that are more energy efficient consume less energy?

Scott Kelly University of Cambridge With the growing prominence of climate change and the rising costs of domestic energy, the ability to predict domestic ene...

Lights, camera, action! Stages of behavioural change and the impact of the climate change film The Age of Stupid

Ms Rachel Howell, The University of Edinburgh Faced with the failure of traditional information campaigns to influence energy-related behaviour, concerned indi...

OECD-Europe Natural Gas Demand: A Structural Time Series Analysis

Mr Zafer Dilaver, Surrey Energy Economics Centre, University of Surrey This research investigates the relationship between OECD-Europe natural gas consumption,...
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