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  • Presentation: International comparisons of governance & innovation

    August 26, 2015

    Presentation: International comparisons of governance & innovation

    International comparisons of governance and innovations for transformation in electricity systems From: Catherine Mitchell To: MBA at European School of Management and Technology ESMT, Berlin, 24-08-15 Outline Governance and Innovation What is Governance? Fundamental Issues of Governance Phase 1 versus Phase 2 countries of transformation Great Britain NYC Reforming the Energy Vision New Revenue Model Hawaii   Download presentation: International Comparisons of Governance & Innovation

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  • News: Progressive Energy Policy Series

    August 24, 2015

    News: Progressive Energy Policy Series

    The Energy Policy Group is the home of the new series of Palgrave Pivots on Progressive Energy Policy. Pivots are 25,000 to 50,000 words in length and can be single or multi-authored. In brief we are seeking pivots that are: important to understanding the role of energy policy within processes of sustainable and equitable energy transitions. pivotal in nature, i.e. pivots should seek to be visionary, challenging conventional wisdom and/or arguing for new and innovative ways of understanding and engaging with energy policy. theoretically informed but firmly evidence-based seeking to link theory and policy to

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  • US Blog: The US Clean Power Plan 2015

    August 24, 2015

    US Blog: The US Clean Power Plan 2015

    US Blog: The US Clean Power Plan 2015 – an explanation Catherine Mitchell, IGov Team, 24th August 2015 Overview The US Clean Power Plan (CPP) was announced at the beginning of August 2015, and follows on from the Presidents Climate Action Plan of 2013. The first stage of the CPP was announced in 2014 and the final CPP is very different from that proposed a year ago. The CPP has come into being via the EPA, and their ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions via air quality legislation (The Clean Air Act, 111d). The EPA has

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  • New Thinking: NY Reforming the Energy Vision – an update

    August 19, 2015

    New Thinking: NY Reforming the Energy Vision – an update

    NY Reforming the Energy Vision – an update  Catherine Mitchell, IGov Team, 19th August 2015 The USA is a very interesting place for energy at the moment. Last year, IGov produced a series of blogs on the USA called Lessons from America. One of those was about the New York Reforming the Energy Vision – arguably the most progressive thing happening in energy policy in the US at the moment. This blog is an update on that first blog about NY – and a detailed working paper about its substance will be published in November

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