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What now for energy efficiency policy in UK homes?

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Blog by Dr Charlie Wilson (Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research) UK homes account for just under a quarter of national greenhouse gas emissions. Improving their efficiency not only reduces emissions, but also improves health and wellbeing, and creates jobs.

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On the cusp of a driverless transition?

Blog by Dr Debbie Hopkins (Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford).     There is a great deal of excitement about the potential of driverless vehicles (also called self-driving, autonomous, connected and autonomous (CAV))

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As the temperature drops… Energy advice for energy poverty alleviation

Blog by Louise Sunderland. As the weather turned really cold for the first time last month the UK government published its latest piece of research into fuel poverty (energy poverty) – a report on the behaviours and attitudes of the

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How to get more electric vehicles on the road

written by Jonn Axsen, Associate Professor at Simon Fraser University. Jonn was a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) at the University of Sussex between July – December 2017. Incentives are one way

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Green growth or post-growth?

Thoughts and reflections on the launch of Tim Foxon’s new book ‘Energy and Economic Growth: Why we need a new pathway to prosperity’. By Nora Blascsok Students and faculty gathered together on 14 December to hear from Tim Foxon, Professor

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