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AI in energy: is it as smart as you think? Part Two

By Emily Judson, Energy Policy Group, 1 April 2019 Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently in the spotlight due to recent rapid expansion of applied AI technologies across both private and public sectors. Applied AI...

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AI in energy: is it as smart as you think? Part One

By Emily Judson, Energy Policy Group, 25 March 2019 Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently in the spotlight due to recent rapid expansion of AI technologies across a range of applications in both private and...

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Decarbonising heat – 10 policy steps to drive a low carbon heat market

By Richard Lowes, Energy Policy Group, 21 March 2019 Optimism versus realism As a natural optimist, I seriously hope that much of the UK’s heat decarbonisation problem can be solved by technological and social...

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Gender Balance in Energy Research: links to get you thinking on International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is an important moment to highlight our research on gender balance in the UK energy research portfolio, funded by the UK Energy Research Centre Whole Systems Networking Fund (UKERC WSNF). The project aims...

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Conceptualising the emerging digital energy landscape

By Emily Judson, Energy Policy Group, 24 January 2019 Digitalisation of energy is an evolving space, with the potential to effect significant and rapid changes in the energy system. These changes are already occurring...

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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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