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  • Presentation: The IGov Project

    February 25, 2015

    Presentation: The IGov Project

    The IGov Project  From: Catherine Mitchell, Caroline Kuzemko, Richard Hoggett and Matthew Lockwood To: RCUK Strategy Fellowship Team, 23rd February 2015 Outline Energy Policy Group IGov Overview Energy Demand Research Questions and Approach   Phase 1: theoretical framework Innovation Governance Change and Inertia Institutionalist approach   Phase 2: GB and Comparative Countries UK Rules and Incentives Comparative Countries Case Studies   Phase 3: Bringing it Together   Download presentation: Skea-team-Feb

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  • CMA Energy Market Investigation – Updated Issues Statement

    February 18, 2015

    CMA Energy Market Investigation – Updated Issues Statement

    CMA Energy Market Investigation – Updated Issues Statement Catherine Mitchell, IGov Team, 18th February 2015 The Competition and Mergers Authority (CMA) has just published an Updated issues Statement.  This is one of a series of consultative documents which will be published during the course of the investigation for before publication of the provisional findings in May 2015. Source: CMA 2014: 6 The Updated Issues Statement sets out a number of areas where the CMA has come to preliminary, but not final, findings and also areas where they would like to have more information. As the

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  • New Thinking: Turning a First Step into a Journey: Energy Efficiency in the Private Rental Sector

    February 17, 2015

    New Thinking: Turning a First Step into a Journey: Energy Efficiency in the Private Rental Sector

    Turning a First Step into a Journey: Energy Efficiency in the Private Rental Sector Tom Steward, IGov Team, 17th February 2015 About Tom: http://projects.exeter.ac.uk/igov/people/igov-team/tom-steward/ In recent weeks came the final confirmation of another policy designed to help improve efficiency in the private rental sector. Originally provisioned in the 2011 Energy Act, a Government response to consultation sets out that from 2018, all private rental sector properties [1] have to have a minimum standard of EPC rating E. This was coupled with a ruling that from 2016, landlords will be unable to refuse reasonable requests from tenants for the

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  • Working Paper: Mapping Policies for Improved Efficiency & Reductions in Final Demand

    February 17, 2015

    Working Paper: Mapping Policies for Improved Efficiency & Reductions in Final Demand

    Mapping Policies for Improved Efficiency & Reductions in Final Demand: All Sectors (Excluding Transport) By: Tom Steward – Energy Policy Group, University of Exeter EPG Working Paper: 1501 Abstract: This paper maps the broad range of different policies which currently exist in the UK to support demand reduction or improve energy efficiency. The paper is not intended to be exhaustive in its detail of each policy, but give a broad overview of the policy landscape. It is designed to provide a comprehensive map of all major policy areas aimed at reducing consumption or improving efficiency across the

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