Research by the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) has been published as a book edited by Kirsten Jenkins and Debbie Hopkins.
On 19 November consumer rights group Which? published a report warning energy suppliers that they need to triple the current rate of smart meter installation to meet the target of replacing existing meters in every UK home by 2020. This would mean installing 30 smart meters per minute every day for the next two years …
This event brings together a panel of experts and key stakeholders involved in the smart meter rollout to examine the progress that has been made to date, and to explore how the smart meter rollout might be accelerated. We will hear a variety of perspectives and offer a stimulating discussion about the future of smart …
Developing an Input-Output Based Method to Estimate a National-Level Energy Return on Investment (EROI)
The politics of deliberately accelerating low-carbon transitions is investigated in a new paper co-authored by Frank Geels, co-Director of CIED.
Governance through expectations: Examining the long-term policy relevance of smart meters in the United Kingdom
What makes them believe in the low-carbon energy transition? Exploring corporate perceptions of the credibility of climate policy mixes
A new paper written by Dr Karoline Rogge and Elisabeth Dütschke explores what makes low carbon policies credible in the eyes of companies.
Professor Benjamin Sovacool was interviewed by Siemens at the European Utility Week on the role of utility companies in the low carbon transition.
The neglected social dimensions to a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) transition: A critical and systematic review
The need for comprehensive and well targeted instrument mixes to stimulate energy transitions: The case of energy efficiency policy
Dr Karoline Rogge gives a presentation at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on German energy policy.