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The Sufficiency Test

The eceee 2019 Summer Study had the title Is Efficient Sufficient? This, in itself, was exciting.

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Celebrating small wins

Marie Claire Brisbois, Lecturer in Energy Policy at SPRU joined us in 2018 and runs Powershifts, a project investigating the impact that decentralised renewable energy initiatives are having on existing policy decisions.

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Heads or tails: achieving Net Zero by 2050

Blog by Claire Copeland Another climate report and another urgent call for action, along with a dizzying array of graphs and figures. The Committee on Climate Change (CCC), who advise the UK government on policies and planning for a low

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Transformative technologies in energy, buildings and transport

The event hosted by Sussex Energy Group on 7 February 2019 brought together high-level professionals in industry, government and academia to discuss the topic of transformative technologies in energy, buildings and transport.

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A new study will explore public perceptions of “fracking” just as exploration resumes in Lancashire

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This article was originally published in the December 2018 issue of Energy World magazine, published by the Energy Institute, energyinst.org There could not be more timely circumstances for the launch of a new interdisciplinary research programme into hydraulic fracturing (commonly termed

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