A new policy brief by CIED Director Professor Benjamin Sovacool and Aarhus University colleagues makes recommendations on how to speed up EV uptake.
The Committee on Climate Change’s 2018 Progress Report to Parliament cites CIED research on car dealerships and EV sales.
Highly educated women are an untapped but potentially lucrative market for EV sales, says a new study by researchers at Sussex and Aarhus University.
New study co-authored by Benjamin Sovacool looks at the factors that influence the adoption of e-bikes in Nanjing, China.
Car dealerships and sales personnel are a major obstacle to the switch to electric vehicles in the Nordic region and possibly beyond, says new study.
CIED and the Transport Studies Unit at Oxford University hosted a stakeholder workshop on ‘Urban Freight Futures: Innovation and Experimentation’.
A new paper co-authored by Professor Steven Sorrell, Co-Director of CIED, estimates a direct rebound effect of 50 – 60% for UK freight transport.
A new report finds that policy makers need to think more creatively when it comes to anticipating how the transport system might change in the future.
A new article, written by Dr Debbie Hopkins and Dr Tim Schwanen, argues that the way the transition to AVs is governed in the UK lacks inclusivity
Electric mobility and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) research is too orientated on technical challenges, say a team of researchers led by Benjamin Sovacool.
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 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.
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 by researchers aligned to CIED proposes an approach to understanding climate change impacts of energy use by focusing on carbon emissions.
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.