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New Co-Director for the Sussex Energy Group

Dr Mari Martiskainen has joined the leadership team of the Sussex Energy Group (SEG) as Co-Director. Professor Karoline Rogge has stepped down as Co-Director to focus on the demands of her expanding research portfolio such as the new EMPOCI project,

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A dialogue on examining datasets in the nuclear vs renewable energy debate

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Following the publication of their paper “Differences in carbon emissions reduction between countries pursuing renewable electricity versus nuclear power” in Nature Energy last October, Prof. Benjamin K Sovacool, Prof. Andy Stirling and their co-authors received a number of responses and

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Sussex Energy Group new projects: IDRIC, CREDS & more

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The UK Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC) The decarbonisation of industrial clusters is of critical importance to the UK’s ambitions of cutting greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. The UK Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge (IDC) of the

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Long Run Trends in ICT Demand and its Impact on Energy Consumption

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This article was written by Dr Roger Fouquet, Associate Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, on his CREDS Digital Society project. Understanding ICT Long Run Trends Social distancing rules associated with Covid-19

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Letter: New nuclear plants would be hopelessly problematic

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This letter was originally published in The Financial Times on 21/06/2021. By failing to consider alternatives in a balanced way, Admiral Lord West of Spithead (“Investment in UK nuclear power is long overdue”, Letters, June 18), treats UK energy policy

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