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Visiting EPRG

Potential Visitors to the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG)  Instructions for Student initiated ‐ Student visitors We welcome a small number of high quality PhD students to the EPRG. There are a number of criteria for a potential visiting student and we will not normally consider any student who does not meet all of these criteria. For… Continue Reading

CAMBRIDGE PHD STUDENT MEMBERSHIP CRITERIA

EPRG welcomes applications for membership from Cambridge PhD Students who are working on energy-related topics.   The benefits of being a member of EPRG: 1. Free invitation to our stakeholder conferences and dinners. This will give you an opportunity to meet with colleagues from academia, industry and government agencies working on energy issues; 2. The… Continue Reading

Presentation “Long Term Supply of Natural Gas – LNG vs. (Russian) Pipeline Gas” by C. von Hirschhausen

Christian von Hirschhausen gave a presentation “Long Term Supply of Natural Gas – LNG vs. (Russian) Pipeline Gas” during EPRG Winter Research Seminar held in Cambridge on 9 December 2005. This presentation is based on joint research with Franziska Holz, Anne Neumann, Ferdinand Pavel, and Sophia Rüster. | PDF Continue Reading

Matti Liski

Matti Liski Professor, Department of Economics, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Tel: +358-40-3538173 Email: [email protected]  Research Interests: Energy and Environmental Markets; Natural Resources; Applied Microeconomic Theory; Public Economics; Growth; Industrial Organization.   Continue Reading

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2014 EPRG Winter Seminar

Programme SESSION 1: AUCTIONS IN ENERGY POLICY Chair: S. Gammons (NERA) D. Newbery & M. Grubb (EPRG) The Final Hurdle?: Security of supply, the Capacity Mechanism and the role of interconnectors Benjamin Chee (NERA) The U.S. Experience with Auctions in Energy Policy SESSION 2: ROUNDTABLE ON EU ENERGY POLICIES Chair: D. Radov (NERA) P. Dawson… Continue Reading

New EPRG Policy Brief on EU 2030 energy and climate proposals

For full text of the EPRG Policy Brief: https://www.eprg.group.cam.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/EPRG-Policy-Brief-22-Oct-14.pdf ‘Nothing is being done’ to explicitly encourage emissions cut by China and America’  22 October 2014   The 2030 framework on climate change and energy policy being debated at a European Union summit this week has a “glaring omission” by failing to link EU policy to… Continue Reading

Op-ed “Ukraine’s energy brinkmanship” by Chi Kong Chyong and Pierre Noël

In the fog of its foreign-policy confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, the European Union seems unable to see its energy-security interests clearly or to act accordingly. Kiev has used the international crisis triggered by Russia’s actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine to restructure the contracts with Moscow it signed in 2009. It wants a much… Continue Reading

Opportunity–EPRG Research Assistant (Fixed Term)

Please click here for the official announcement The Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) wishes to appoint a Research Assistant to support the research on the EPSRC Autonomic Power System project. More details of the project can be found at: http://autonomicpowersystem.org.uk/ The successful applicant will work primarily on projects looking into two aspects of the future… Continue Reading

2014 EPRG/CEEPR Annual Conference, 2-3 July, Madrid

Available speaker presentations: Pre-session address by José María Marín-Quemada (Spanish National Authority for Markets and Competition) Session 1A: European Energy and Climate Outlook for 2030 by David Newbery, EPRG Session 1B: Is the EU-ETS Up to the Task? by Michael Mehling, MIT Session 2A: Hydraulic Fracturing: The US Experience and Implications for the Rest of… Continue Reading