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Will improved energy efficiency lead to increased energy consumption in the developing world? Quite possibly

A new report from the US Breakthrough Institute (BTI) provides evidence that historical improvements in the energy efficiency of lighting, steel and electricity production have led to greater energy consumption that would have been the case in the absence of … Continue reading

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Response to Paterson’s unremarkable and nonsensical speech

Owen Paterson, the UK’s former Secretary of State for the Environment – and now scourge of environmentalists – made the most extraordinary speech a few days ago on climate change and energy policy[1].  The speech was a rare combination of … Continue reading

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­Davey: Energy Efficiency Key Agenda in Upcoming Elections

by Mari Martiskainen “We need to see energy efficiency as part of the nation’s infrastructure programme”. This was the charge of Ed Davey,  Liberal MP and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. Davey was speaking at an Association for … Continue reading

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What it’s really like to do a PhD!

Embarking on a PhD is similar to that of having a baby. Everyone tells you that it’s going to change your life. There will be sleepless nights, moments of despair as well as those of joy, happiness and discovery. The … Continue reading

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