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Norway’s climate plan

“Despite its depressing realism at times, the report proposes a role for the world’s largest Sovereign Wealth Fund that might surprise many,” …

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Heating up regulation

Research from Cambridge Judge Business School has been instrumental in developing a new system of energy market regulation Research from Cambridge Judge …

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Fuel blind

Pakistan must act now to resolve its continued debilitating power shortages that are grinding industry to a halt and robbing the population …

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Fuel blind

Pakistan must act now to resolve its continued debilitating power shortages that are grinding industry to a halt and robbing the population …

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Taxing dirty energy

A former Westminster adviser on the economics of climate change says the government needs to make it of interest for people and businesses to …

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Natural capital

Dr Mike Rands, Executive Director of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI), on the unsustainable depletion of ‘natural capital’ and its relevance to …

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A case of bad PR

Research into the communication of information around all-important CCS, Carbon Capture and Storage, has revealed serious flaws which could hinder deployment of …

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A case of bad PR

Research into the communication of information around all-important CCS, Carbon Capture and Storage, has revealed serious flaws which could hinder deployment of …

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Taking the long view

Dr Michael Pollitt defends the energy industry in the wake of criticism over their rising profits by their regulator Ofgem Defence of …

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Energy sapping

‘The Electricity Market Reform’ or EMR may place too much regulation onto the energy industry and it’s the consumer who will end …

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China’s energy security

China’s energy security rests on the functioning of global energy markets, whose security is predominantly carried out by America – what effect …

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A black swan event

Was Japan’s nuclear industry prepared? Nuclear specialist Dr William Nuttall considers the known unknowns and unknown unknowns and says we must learn …

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Empowering the future

Empowering the future: a two-stage nuclear renaissance – ensuring nuclear power generation remains a carbon-neutral option Careful long-term planning can ensure nuclear …

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Rewiring the system

Dr Michael Pollitt, Reader in Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, believes we are entering a new era of renewable energy …

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Cleaning up our act

Carbon Capture Storage (CCS) can address coal’s reality as part of the world’s energy economy, with the potential to provide a significant …

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