Author: Bridget Woodman

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We need to talk about (deep) energy democracy

By Iain Soutar, Energy Policy Group, 12th November 2018 The concept of energy democracy is gaining ground across a range of actors engaged in research, advocacy and policy for sustainable energy. Incorporating a broader...

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Phew what a scorcher!

IAN SAVAGE Hononary University Fellow   The summer of 2018 is going to be remembered as a good summer by many, or a bit of a killer by a few. By those of us...

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Policy communities: small world, big deal

By OSCAR FITCH-ROY Climate change is kind of a big deal. It will affect all life on the planet in some way. The precise details (on a scale of bad to unthinkable) depend on...

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Hinkley C delay: how UK can exploit this attack of common sense in energy policy

BRIDGET WOODMAN THIS ARTICLE FIRST APPEARED IN THE CONVERSATION   These are extraordinary times for energy policy in the UK. After years of resigned acceptance that the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station would...

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Beware of Brexit certainty

DOMINIC MACLAINE   The controversy about Brexit rages on, with both sides making increasingly extreme, often unsubstantiated and even unpleasant statements in an effort to capture headlines and attract undecided voters to their cause....

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Should we stay or should we go?

DOMINIC MACLAINE   2016 could be a massive year for the UK and energy policy. There is going to be a referendum on 23 June to see if we are to vote to stay in the...

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Could 2016 be the year the Big Six become a memory?

DOMINIC MACLAINE According to the BBC website the price of Brent oil crude has fallen to under $28 a barrel before recovering to trade at $28.36. As a result of the falling price of...

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Too cheap to meter? – I don’t think so!

Dominic Maclaine The output of nuclear power is ‘too cheap to meter’. This is a quote often attributed to the Central Electricity Board’s Walter Marshall but it was actually the US’s Lewis Strauss of...

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