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Journal Article: “National Energy and Climate Plans for the island of Ireland: wind curtailment, interconnectors and storage”, Energy Policy, Vol 158, November 2021

David Newbery National Energy and Climate Plans for the island of Ireland: wind curtailment, interconnectors and storage Energy Policy, volume 158, article #112513, November 2021 Based on EPRG Working Paper 2020 Continue Reading

Presentation “Energy Finance” by B. Megginson

Bill Megginson (Price Chair in Finance, George Lynn Cross Research Professor, University of Oklahoma) visited EPRG and the Economics & Policy Group at the Judge Business School on 16 September 2021 and gave a talk on “Energy Finance”  You can watch a video of the talk here The slides are available from here  Abstract Defined… Continue Reading

Presentation “Understanding Overlapping Climate Policies: Internal Carbon Leakage and the Punctured Waterbed” by R. Ritz

Robert Ritz presented on “Understanding Overlapping Climate Policies: Internal Carbon Leakage and the Punctured Waterbed” at the 2021 BIEE Research Conference: Energy for a Net Zero Society held at Worcester College, Oxford on 13-14 September 2021 | PDF Continue Reading

Michael Grubb and Karsten Neuhoff – recipients of Marcel Boiteux International Award

EPRG is delighted to announce that Michael Grubb and Karsten Neuhoff (EPRG Associate Researchers) won 2021 IAEE Marcel Boiteux Best International Energy Economics Book Award for their book Planetary Economics. Energy, Climate Change and the Three Domains of Sustainable Development (with Jean-Charles Hourcade). Congratulations to Michael and Karsten!  Continue Reading

Presentation “Some issues in the UK retail energy market” by S. Littlechild

Stephen Littlechild gave a presentation “Some issues in the UK retail energy market” on 2 June 2021. Stephen discussed the impacts of the tariff cap, including some developments in supplier pricing policies. He put some arguments for removing the cap, facilitated by a transition away from it, and discussed developments in the Overall Customer Satisfaction… Continue Reading

2021 EPRG Online Spring Seminar

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2021 Online Spring Seminar. The event took place on 12 and 13 May 2021 and consisted of 4 sessions. The first day concluded with a keynote speech. PROGRAMME 12 MAY 2021 SESSION 1 – Post Brexit Electricity Cross Border Trading Arrangements Chair: Robert Ritz (EPRG) Paul Dawson (RWE) “Trading UK… Continue Reading

Panel Discussion “A Global Economic System in Turmoil: What is at Stake for the MENA region?” with K. Mohaddes

Kamiar Mohaddes participated in a panel discussion “A Global Economic System in Turmoil: What is at Stake for the MENA region?“, on 17 May 2021 that was part of the plenary session of the ERF 27th Annual Conference. Together with Mahmoud Mohieldin (Executive Director, International Monetary Fund), Hala Elsaid (Minister of Planning and Economic Development,… Continue Reading

CERRE Public Event “How fit is DSO regulation for a decarbonised Europe? Empirical assessment and regulatory pathways” with M. Pollitt and K. Anaya

Michael Pollitt and Karim Anaya took part in CERRE public event “How fit is DSO regulation for a decarbonised Europe? Empirical assessment and regulatory pathways” on 30 April 2021. The webinar covered CERRE’s latest Energy & Climate report, “Optimal regulation for European DSOs to 2025 and beyond”. You can view the webinar here Continue Reading

Blog “How do Businesses Deal with Uncertainty Effectively?” by K. Mohaddes

Kamiar Mohaddes wrote a new blog “How do Businesses Deal with Uncertainty Effectively?” on 13 April 2021. In this blog he discusses different types of uncertainty businesses face and how climate change will be the next global extreme uncertainty entrepreneurs and businesses around the world will have to face. The blog can be found here Continue Reading

Panel discussion “Why has it taken so long to take climate change seriously?” with K. Mohaddes

Kamiar Mohaddes took part in the panel discussion “Why has it taken so long to take climate change seriously?” with Rob Doubleday (CSaP), Steve Evans (Institute for Manufacturing), Fred Pearce (freelance author), and  Zoë Svendsen (Faculty of English). It was held on 28 March 2021 and was part of Cambridge Festival.  You can view the… Continue Reading