Monthly Archives: January 2014

DECC strategy marks an important development for UK community energy

The Community Energy Strategy  marks an important step in the development of community energy in the UK that should not be underestimated. It is the first of its kind ever to be published in the UK and it sets out the … Continue reading

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EU 2030 Climate and Energy Package leaves unanswered questions

The recent European Commission Communication on a 2030 climate and energy package is high Brussels compromise that falls short of two important goals. It has failed to bring clarity to the energy sector and done little to address concerns that … Continue reading

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Highlights from the UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium Launch Event

By Dr. Ralitsa Hiteva I work as a Research Fellow for the UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC). Fresh out of my PhD, this is my first post-doctoral research job and, having recently attended the launch event of the first … Continue reading

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The CCC – lobbying or simply presenting the Inconvenient Truth?

Florian Kern, Co-Director of Sussex Energy Group. Question: When is independent analysis and advice seen to be lobbying? Answer: When it presents an ‘Inconvenient Truth’ I was prompted to consider this while reading a recent Endsreport article (14th January 2014) … Continue reading

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