A new article, written by CIED researcher Dr Kirsten Jenkins, argues for the application of an ‘energy justice’ approach to policy making.
Professor Benjamin Sovacool was cited in The Telegraph on smart meters.
Researchers at the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) have published a new brief looking at the smart meter rollout in Great Britain.
Community-run energy advice centres or ‘energy cafés’, can play a key role in targeting fuel poverty, according to a new report published today.
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.
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 Mari Martiskainen was invited to give a presentation on her fuel poverty research to a ‘Care without Carbon’ session at Brighton General Hospital.
Subsidies for electricity, fossil fuels, and transport have hidden tolls on social welfare, economic growth and technological innovation.
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.
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.