New analysis shows that Department for Transport has quietly rolled back its ambition to introduce cleaner, more efficient road travel
Our new report, published today, shows a lowering of ambition from Department of Transport to reduce traffic demand and shift to lower carbon modes of travel.
Connecting energy researchers with policymakers
CREDS co-hosted an event with ClimateXChange that helped increase the impact of energy demand research by bridging it with policy.
CREDS response to the energy security announcement
CREDS response to the Government’s energy security announcement, Thursday 30 March, 2023.
CREDS in Conversation – Engaging our international audience through podcasts
Sarah Higginson reflects on our new CREDS in conversation podcast series
Evaluating the energy trilemma in future decarbonised-decentralised electricity systems
Will decarbonized, decentralized and digitalized energy futures create fair futures?
Co-benefits of energy demand reduction are much broader than health
Energy demand reduction measures come with a host of co-benefits and should be used to bring forward energy demand policies
Developing the next phase of energy demand research
Latest developments from the new energy demand centre, outlining the chosen themes and process for selecting researchers.
New research shows how ambitious energy efficiency targets could be applied to more sectors of the UK economy to accelerate energy independence and climate stability
Launched today, our CREDS research findings report analyses the research we’ve undertaken over the past four and a half years.
What role for community in the energy crisis?
Jake Barnes asks, what is the role of community in the current energy crisis?
Behaviour change: in our hands?
Noel Cass reviews the recent House of Lords Environment and Climate Change Committee report which provides concrete recommendations that are far more radical, and therefore realistic, than anything the government seems to be considering.
Blackouts and the common good
Guest blog from Sarah Darby exploring what other countries are doing to reduce demand and whether the UK should reconsider its approach to avoid blackouts.
Riding for the planet (and for a book launch)
As one of the contributors to The Climate Book, Christian Brand will be cycling to London on 30 October to attend The Climate Event – an evening with Greta Thunberg for the global launch of her latest book.