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Chief Executive of the UK Climate Change Committee (CCC) to deliver Sussex Energy Group Keynote in November

Updated 19/07: This has been rescheduled to November 30th. Chris Stark, Chief Executive of the UK Climate Change Committee (CCC), will deliver the 2022 Sussex Energy Group Keynote Lecture on November 30, 5:30-6:45pm GMT. The Sussex Energy Group Keynote Lecture is an annual event

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The Sussex Energy Group Research Showcase: March 8–22

The Sussex Energy Group Research Showcase in March will focus on two exciting research projects led by the Sussex Energy Group at the University of Sussex . The series will outline IDRIC’s insights on the politics of decarbonisation processes in the UK, and JUSTNORTH’s work on the energy

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Matthew Lockwood appointed as co-director to Sussex Energy Group

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Dr Matthew Lockwood has been announced as the new co-director of the Sussex Energy Group replacing Professor Benjamin Sovacool who steps down after five years in the post. Dr Lockwood, a political economy of climate and energy policy expert and former adviser to the UK

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The conundrums of delivering low-carbon heating – TIPC blog repost

This blog is reposted from the Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium’s Making the Green Deal Happen blog series. Decarbonising the heating in people’s homes is one of the trickiest areas of the climate transition. The European Commission’s Renovation Wave strategy highlighted

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Sussex Energy Group panel question COP26’s focus on unproven technologies & discuss hopes from decentralised bodies and political mobilisation

Over the course of the recent COP26 negotiations, the SEG@COP26 seminar series presented the breadth of sustainability topics explored by both SEG and the wider Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex Business School. Last week, in the

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