CIED investigates the drivers and barriers to low energy innovations throughout the economy and the implications of these innovations for energy demand. We aim to uncover the processes and mechanisms through which different types of innovations become (or fail to become) established, identify the role of different groups, explore the resulting impacts on energy demand, and develop recommendations for both facilitating the diffusion of such innovations and maximising their long-term impact.
Fact and Fiction in Energy Policy: new book examining core energy questions for different perspectives
There is no energy efficiency 'silver bullet' says CIED Senior Research Fellow to Commons Public Accounts Committee
CIED has submitted evidence on Driverless technology to House of Lords Science and Technology Committee inquiry
CIED research on how to deliver transformative energy efficiency policy featured in new book
Is energy efficiency a worthwhile investment? Listen to Dr. Marilyn A. Brown from the School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, co-author of Fact and Fiction in Global Energy Policy, and co-recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for her research on mitigating climate change in this short interview.