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Our social relations shape our decision-making in surprising ways. Here’s what that means for home retrofit policy.

Sussex Energy Group members Donal Brown, Giulia Mininni and Marie Claire Brisbois, are among the co-authors of a fascinating a new paper out in Energy Research and Social Science.  Follow Sussex Energy Group

Posted in All Posts, Energy demand and behaviour, Energy efficiency and energy security, Retrofitting buildings, The social relations of energy

Some initial responses to the Autumn Statement

On Thursday 17 November 2022, Jeremy Hunt, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, made his anxiously awaited autumn statement. In doing so, he announced a number of energy-related polices for the United Kingdom, including green-lighting the Sizewell C Nuclear power plant,

Posted in All Posts, Energy and Society, Energy demand and behaviour, Energy Governance and Policy, Energy infrastructure, Energy systems and supply technology, Political economy of energy, renewables, Retrofitting buildings, Wind energy

Make Renovation in Housing a Green Deal Priority (Repost)

Wooden Toy Houses and trees and chart

This is the first blog in the Green New Deal Blog Series, first published on the Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium website, discussing the TIP perspective on the green new deals that are happening worldwide.  The editors of this blog series are Fred

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Posted in All Posts, Energy Governance and Policy, Just and Sustainable Transitions to Net Zero, Retrofitting buildings, The Co-benefits of the energy transition, The devolution of energy governance

Project update: FAIR

This update is shared in SEG’s autumn 2020 newsletter. Join our new mailing list to get the latest updates about our research and events on transitions to sustainable, low-carbon energy systems. Fuel and Transport Poverty in the UK’s Energy Transition

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