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Journal Article “Equity in allocating carbon dioxide removal quotas” by D. Reiner et al

David Reiner together with Carlos Pozo, Ángel Galán-Martin, Niall Mac Dowell and Gonzalo Guillén-Gosálbez published an article “Equity in allocating carbon dioxide removal quotas” in Nature Climate Change on 8 June 2020. This paper is on how to fairly allocate responsibility to carry out carbon dioxide removal (CDR) activities across countries. CDR will be critical… Continue Reading

Presentation “The Volatility Curse: A Long-Term Perspective” by K. Mohaddes

Kamiar Mohaddes took part in the panel on the Economics of the Dual Shock in MENA (COVID-19 and the collapse in oil prices) on 12 May 2020 where he presented “The Volatility Curse: A Long-Term Perspective“. The disccussion was part of the ERF-World Bank Webinar series. The complete webinar can be found here  with Kamiar’s… Continue Reading

Comment “Will COVID-19 and Cheap Oil Green Our Energy Future?” by W. J. Nuttall and A. T. Bakenne

William J. Nuttall, EPRG Associate Researcher, and Adetokunboh T. Bakenne wrote a paper “Will COVID-19 and Cheap Oil Green Our Energy Future?“© “The end of oil was always going to be a story of abundant supply and low prices. Will the shock of COVID-19 and negative prices accelerate the change to a greener future?” The full… Continue Reading

Comment “Capacity Remuneration Mechanisms or Energy-Only Markets? The case of Belgium’s market reform plan” by D. Newbery

David Newbery’s paper “Capacity Remuneration Mechanisms or Energy-Only Markets? The case of Belgium’s market reform plan” written in response to a request by the Belgian regulator CREG to comment on their note on the need for a capacity mechanism. The full text can be found here Continue Reading

2019 EPRG Winter Seminar

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2019 Winter Seminar. On December 12, 2019 EPRG hosted delegates to dinner at Christ’s College, and on December 13, 2019 for a full-day seminar at The Møller Center, Churchill College. PROGRAMME SESSION 1 – WHY DO WE HAVE BLACKOUTS? LESSONS FROM AUSTRALIA, GB AND CALIFORNIA Chair: David Newbery… Continue Reading

Cambridge Zero Initiative

EPRG is pleased to be part of the new climate change initiative – Cambridge Zero. This ambitious initiative will harness the full breadth of the University’s research capabilities – from the sciences, engineering, humanities and social sciences – and policy expertise, to respond to climate change and support the transition to a sustainable zero-carbon future,… Continue Reading

CERRE White Paper “Ambition for Europe 2024”

Michael Pollitt co-authored CERRE (Centre for Regulation in Europe) White Paper “Ambitions for Europe 2024”  together with other renowned academics from around Europe. It’s a wide-ranging dossier on the regulation of Europe’s energy, digital, media and mobility industries towards 2024. The authors have developed nearly 50 ambitions for the new European Parliament and Commission |… Continue Reading

Presentation “Regulatory Cooperation: Two Countries, One Single Electricity Market” by D. Newbery

David Newbery gave a presentation “Regulatory Cooperation: Two Countries, One Single Electricity Market” at Economic Objectives of Regulation Conference honouring Professor Catherine Waddams at University of East Anglia on 16 September 2019 | PDF  You can read more on this event here  Continue Reading

EPRG & CEEPR International Energy Policy Conference, London, UK, 2-3 September 2019

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2019 EPRG & CEEPR International Energy Policy Conference. This year the conference was held in strategic partnership with Crescent Petroleum and Lambert Energy Advisory Ltd. It took place at One Great George Street, in London, United Kingdom, on 2 – 3 September 2019 and comprised of 1,5 day of… Continue Reading

K. Mohaddes quoted in international news outlets

Kamiar Mohaddes and his paper “Long-Term Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Change: A Cross-Country Analysis”  was quoted in several international news outlets, including Bloomberg, Fox News, Washington Post, Market Watch, Hindustan Times, Reuters, Business Green, CNBC, The Straits Times, EcoWatch, IFLScience, Think Progress, New York Post, RTE and the Financial Times. The paper was also highlighted by the University of Cambridge Research News Dr. Mohaddes… Continue Reading

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