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  • Presentation: The politics of renewable electricity in the UK

    March 31, 2015

    Presentation: The politics of renewable electricity in the UK

    The politics of renewable electricity in the UK: the roles of policy feedback and institutional context From: Matthew Lockwood To: Sustainable Energy Planning Research Group, Aalborg University, Denmark, 17th March 2015 Outline Renewable Energy in UK, Denmark and Germany Energy Policy in the wider political context Policy Feedback UK perspectives Conclusions    Download presentation: The Politics of Renewable Electricity

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  • Working Paper: Public Value Energy Governance

    March 20, 2015

    Working Paper: Public Value Energy Governance

    Public Value Energy Governance: establishing an institutional framework which better fits a sustainable, secure and affordable energy system  By: Catherine Mitchell, Bridget Woodman, Caroline Kuzemko and Richard Hoggett, University of Exeter EPG Working Paper: 1502 Abstract: This short Discussion Paper is intended to stimulate discussion about how governance of the energy system in Britain can better keep up with technological, economic and social change. We have set out a possible model for future governance and regulation – which moves from the ‘independent, CEO led’ model currently in Britain to one which is more ‘directed’ and which we

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  • Presentation: GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities

    March 17, 2015

    Presentation: GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities

    GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities From: Catherine Mitchell To: Cornwall Energy Island, Eden Project, 17th March 2015 Outline How is energy policy developing at EU level? How is energy developing in GB? What is way forward?   Download presentation: Cornwall Energy Island 

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  • Our response to the ECC Fuelling the debate inquiry

    March 12, 2015

    Our response to the ECC Fuelling the debate inquiry

    Fuelling the debate: ECC Committee successes and future challenges On 12th March 2015 the House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee published their latest inquiry. This provided a review of their work over the course of the last Parliament and looked forward to ask what the energy system in 2030 might look like and what are the immediate challenges which need to be overcome in the next parliament might be. Prof. Catherine Mitchell was one of eight panel members asked to give their views on the future of challenges for energy and climate policy at the

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