University of Leeds
Jillian Anable is Professor of Transport and Energy at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. Her research addresses the potential for demand-side solutions to reduce carbon, local emissions and energy from transport. She has researched car purchasing behaviour with expert knowledge on the uptake patterns of alternatively fuelled vehicles. She has also applied socio-psychological theories and methods to evaluate policy interventions at local and national scales designed to influence private and business travel behaviour, including ‘Smarter Choices’ interventions. She has authored or co-authored over 60 academic peer-reviewed journal articles and research reports with projects mainly funded by UK Research Councils (RCUK), the Energy Technologies Institute, the UK Department for Transport, Scottish Government and the European Union. She has sat on a number of advisory boards and strategy panels for UK Government Departments, National Research Councils and NGOs, including currently acting as Chair to the Research and Evidence Group for the Scottish National Transport Strategy Review. She is a founding editorial board member on the journal Energy Efficiency.
- At a crossroads: Travel adaptations during Covid-19 restrictions and where next?
- Report: At a crossroads – Travel adaptations during Covid-19 restrictions and where next?
- Call for evidence: House of Commons Transport Committee inquiry on zero emissions vehicles and road pricing
- e-bikes could slash transport emissions
- Decarbonising transport: The role of land use, localisation and accessibility
- Decarbonising transport: Climate smart parking policies
- Decarbonising transport: The role of buses
- Decarbonising transport: Growing cycle use
- Decarbonising transport: Getting carbon ambition right
- Decarbonising transport: Travelling less and the role of online opportunities
- Decarbonising transport: Accelerating the uptake of electric vehicles
- DfT Consultation – ending the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans
- e-bike carbon savings – how much and where?
- Consultation: connecting Oxford consultation
- Shared mobility – where now, where next? Second report of the Commission on Travel Demand
- Vulnerability to motor fuel price increases: socio-spatial patterns in England
- A systematic review of the evidence on plug-in electric vehicle user experience
- ‘Disruption’ and ‘continuity’ in transport energy systems: the case of the ban on new conventional fossil fuel vehicles
- Excess? Exploring social, structural and behavioural drivers of energy demand in areas of high combined energy consumption
- A week in the life of a car: a nuanced view of possible EV charging regimes
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