Policy Forum in Science suggests that rapid changes in electricity, heat, buildings, industry and mobility are needed.
A new study by researchers at the University of Sussex explains why the smart meter roll-out in the UK has not met its targets.
Energy wasted in UK homes is equivalent to output of six Hinkley C power stations, says new briefing by UKERC and CIED.
A new paper written by Sabine Hielscher and Phil Johnstone highlights the impact of phase-out policies on communities and jobs.
A new paper by CIED researchers argues for energy justice framework to inform policy making.
Dr Tim Schwanen, Co-Director at CIED and Associate Professor in Transport Studies at the University of Oxford, has written a comment piece for…
A new paper by researchers studying Exergy Economics discusses the benefits of so-called ‘societal exergy accounting’.
Dr Mari Martiskainen was invited to give a presentation on her fuel poverty research to a ‘Care without Carbon’ session at Brighton General Hospital.
CIED’s Dr Jan Rosenow is quoted in a Greenpeace article on the UK’s controversial attempts to weaken an EU’s energy efficiency mandate
Professor Benjamin Sovacool was interviewed on the Energy Transitions Show about the speed of energy transitions.
Dr Jan Rosenow has been appointed to the Expert Advisory Group for Scottish Government-commissioned project on energy efficiency policy effectiveness.
An article published by the Financial Times refers to a paper by CIED Director Professor Benjamin Sovacool on the pace of energy transitions.
Sussex Energy Group researchers have urged the Secretary of State for Business,Energy and Industrial Strategy to commit to an energy efficiency drive.
A workshop on automation and the freight industry held on 20 March concluded that automation could radically change the future of freight transport.
Evidence by researchers at the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand has been cited in a new House of Lords Science and Technology Committee report.
Subsidies for electricity, fossil fuels, and transport have hidden tolls on social welfare, economic growth and technological innovation.
Senior CIED researchers organised a workshop on ‘Policy Mixes for Sustainability Transitions’ held in Pelham House, Lewes on 1-3 February.
A workshop shared findings from a CIED research project, which focuses on how intermediary organisations can facilitate low energy housing projects.
Dr Kern was on BBC Sussex Radio again interviewed about the Rampion project.
CIED-affiliated project on ‘Energy saving innovations and economy-wide rebound effects’ held its final dissemination event in London on 2nd February.
A new paper published today finds that the EU’s ‘Winter Package’ still has some way to go to deliver on its promise of putting ‘Efficiency First’.
Prof Frank Geels was invited to be a member of the Scientific Committee of the European Environment Agency.
Dr Karoline Rogge gives a presentation at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on German energy policy.
A new paper by researchers aligned to CIED proposes an approach to understanding climate change impacts of energy use by focusing on carbon emissions.
CIED researcher reacts to the government’s announced reforms to its Energy Company Obligation scheme.
What can we learn from the Nordic low-carbon energy transition given the new US leadership vacuum on climate change? A new study offers key lessons.
Sussex’s School of Business, Management and Economics has been ranked the top institution in the UK for research in energy economics.
Improvements in China’s energy efficiency may be associated with increased energy consumption, a new study has found. The study used an exergy-based approach to estimate the rebound effect at the national level. The analysis showed that in China, improvements in energy efficiency may be associated with increased levels of energy consumption overall – so-called “backfire”. …
Dr Florian Kern is interviewed on BBC Sussex Radio and ITV Meridian News about the construction of the first ever offshore wind farm in Sussex.
The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee has published a report following their inquiry into UK energy efficiency policy that featured CIED…
A new book analysing energy and environmental law and policy features contributions by two Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand researchers.
Director of CIED, Prof Benjamin Sovacool, and two research fellows are presenting research at an Energy Cultures Conference in Wellington, New Zealand
Grassroots innovations can have unforeseen but important political dimensions that go beyond their immediate communities, argues Dr Mari Martiskainen at the second international Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative (SCORAI) conference
Jan Rosenow,a Senior Research Fellow at CIED, called the Green Deal a “failure” when giving evidence at the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee
Policy makers must harness the power of ordinary people if society is to transition to low-carbon energy, argues a leading technology historian.
Governments and researchers need to remember that the most sophisticated endeavours won’t work if they’re not adopted.
CIED Senior Research Fellow, Dr Jan Rosenow, will be an expert witness to a House of Commons’ Public Accounts Committee inquiry into the Green Deal.
Benjamin Sovacool, Director of the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, presented research to the Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum.
The worldwide reliance on burning fossil fuels to create energy could be phased out in a decade, according to a major energy think tank in the UK.
Benjamin Sovacool is one of three experts giving their views on the future of energy generation and use in relation to UN Sustainable Goal Number 7.
Research by CIED has helped to inform the recently published UK Energy and Climate Change Committee report on Home Energy Efficiency.
New CIED research suggests energy service contracts are growing rapidly in the UK public sector, delivering substantial energy and carbon savings.
Paula Kivimaa et al’s paper on ‘Socio-technical transition governance and public opinion: The case of passenger transport in Finland’ is now available for free download.