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Brexit and Energy: Cost, Security and Climate Policy Implications

Brexit and Energy: Cost, Security and Climate Policy Implications

25 May 2016

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and the UCL European Institute have released a new paper today on Brexit and the impact on UK climate and energy policy.
Brexit vote likely to mean two years of uncertainty for UK energy

Brexit vote likely to mean two years of uncertainty for UK energy

25 May 2016

A vote to leave the EU on 23 June is likely to lead to a period of uncertainty of at least two years for the UK energy sector, according to a policy briefing ...
UCL ISR Launches Resource Efficiency Report at G7

UCL ISR Launches Resource Efficiency Report at G7

UCL ISR Director Prof Paul Ekins has presented the Summary for Policy Makers (SPM) of a report on resource efficiency to the G7 Environment Council as part of the Japanese G7 Presidency.
Prof Paul Ekins participates in a high level panel debate on the environmental implications of the EU referendum

Prof Paul Ekins participates in a high level panel debate on the environmental implications of the EU referendum

UCL ISR's Professor Paul Ekins OBE joined a high level panel discussion on 9th May hosted by The Crowd to consider the environmental implications of the forthcoming EU referendum. He joined Caroline ...
Fully funded PhD Studentship opportunity at UCL ISR on modelling and assessing the impacts of energy production

Fully funded PhD Studentship opportunity at UCL ISR on modelling and assessing the impacts of energy production

Fully funded PhD Studentship on modelling and assessing the impacts of energy production and conversion on the Environment-Energy Nexus

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UCL ISR Seminar: The Low Carbon Economy by Jaakko Kooroshy, Executive Director, GS SUSTAIN, Goldman Sachs

UCL ISR Seminar: The Low Carbon Economy by Jaakko Kooroshy, Executive Director, GS SUSTAIN, Goldman Sachs

15 June 2016

The talk explores how key low carbon technologies – solar PV, onshore wind, LEDs and electric vehicles – are reshaping competitive dynamics across global industries. While policy debates often centre on 2030 forecasts and 2050 ...