Energy consumption, wellbeing, and the challenge of identifying our core power capacity requirements
Cost-reflective tariff structures would help address excessive energy consumption. But what do we consider excessive energy consumption to be? Latest blog from Jose Luis explores.
Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Energy
Anuja Saunders reflects on her new role as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Manager of CREDS looking at how we can widen the impact and understanding of EDI in the energy demand conversation.
Six ways for Government to make a serious shift to net-zero transport
In advance of the long-awaited Transport Decarbonisation Plan, we highlight some of the critical areas where road and rail transport can help deliver substantial cuts in carbon emissions.
Peer-to-peer energy: what can we learn from more than a decade of Airbnb?
CREDS researcher Mike Fell discusses the background to and key findings of his recently published research that set out to discover what we can learn from Airbnb about the potential impacts of peer-to-peer energy trading.
City deals & climate action
As local government bodies declare a Climate Emergency, what are the drivers and mechanisms for climate action? Dan van der Horst and Connor Smith investigate.
Why we built a Place-Based Carbon Calculator
How green is your neighbourhood? New place-based carbon calculator tool maps the carbon footprint of every neighbourhood in England.
Decarbonising UK shipping and land energy demand
The UK shipping industry has huge potential to become a world leader in decarbonisation and green innovation.
Thirty years of UK climate mitigation
Nick Eyre reflects on the 30 years of climate mitigation since the 1989 cabinet meeting and argues that the next 30 years will require far more radical change if we are to get to net-zero.
Closing the policy gap: Reflecting on a research project with the Climate Change Committee
CREDS’ researcher, Alice Garvey, reflects on her experience of working with the Climate Change Committee on their 6th Carbon Budget Recommendations.
Cycling is ten times more important than electric cars for reaching net-zero cities
Christian Brand reports on the vital carbon emissions savings that can be achieved through increasing cycling in urban areas.
Evaluation in a time of emergency
What needs to be evaluated, and how, if the climate emergency is treated as an immediate and present danger to environmental, social and economic well-being?
Building Renovation Passports
Professor Paul Ruyssevelt (of CREDS) welcomes the publication of the Building Renovation Passports report published on 11 March 2021.
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