A new paper by Karoline Rogge shows a positive link between the consistency and credibility of the climate policy mix and low carbon innovation.
The politics of deliberately accelerating low-carbon transitions is investigated in a new paper co-authored by Frank Geels, co-Director of CIED.
A new paper written by Dr Karoline Rogge and Elisabeth Dütschke explores what makes low carbon policies credible in the eyes of companies.
A new paper by Professor Steve Sorrell, takes a critical look at the foundational assumptions of the MLP.
A new journal article proposes a framework exploring the way policies affect sustainability transitions.
A new paper by CIED Co-Director Prof Frank Geels and Dr Victoria Johnson looks at modelling systems diffusion.
A new journal article co-authored by Prof Benjamin Sovacool looks at integrating three perspectives to explain the complexity of transitions.
A new paper by Professor Frank Geels compares the “disruptive innovation” framework and the “multi-level perspective”.
Policy makers need to take a new approach to the way they think about innovation say researchers at CIED in a new paper published in ERSS.
A new paper by Tim Schwanen looks at the relationship between research on sustainability transitions and the academic discipline of Human Geography.
CIED Director, Benjamin Sovacool has been cited in a Nature Outlook article on energy transitions.
Jan Rosenow and Florian Kern contributed to a new edited book ‘Research Handbook on EU Energy Law and Policy’.
A new special issue of the academic journal ERSS guest edited by Dr Karoline Rogge, Dr Florian Kern and Prof Michael Howlett is now out.
Policy Forum in Science suggests that rapid changes in electricity, heat, buildings, industry and mobility are needed.
Professor Benjamin Sovacool was interviewed on the Energy Transitions Show about the speed of energy transitions.
An article published by the Financial Times refers to a paper by CIED Director Professor Benjamin Sovacool on the pace of energy transitions.
Senior CIED researchers organised a workshop on ‘Policy Mixes for Sustainability Transitions’ held in Pelham House, Lewes on 1-3 February.
Dr Kern was on BBC Sussex Radio again interviewed about the Rampion project.
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.
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.
A new book analysing energy and environmental law and policy features contributions by two Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand researchers.
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.