Fake news: some days wind and solar deliver more than half our energy needs
Boris Johnson’s declaration about renewable energy included a fundamental error, one that is often made.
Taking stock of the role for local action on clean energy in the UK’s decarbonisation efforts
Mags Tingey and Jan Webb reflect on the UK Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee’s report – Clean Growth: Technologies for meeting the UK’s emissions reduction targets – and the significance of its recommendations for local action on clean energy.
Interview with Mari Martiskainen
Sussex Energy Group Communications and Engagement Officer, Nora Blascsok, interviews Mari Martiskainen about her work in our Digital Society and FAIR themes.
Research rigour, transparency, and reproducibility in energy research
End-use energy demand is a crucial research field that should deliver the most robust, transparent, and reproducible research – Gesche Huebner explores why our reproducibility isn’t as far advanced as other disciplines.
Why supporting tourism doesn’t mean supporting airport expansion
Sally Cairns and Jillian Anable reflect on a Westminster Media Forum policy conference on UK tourism, and the introduction to the next Commission on Travel Demand inquiry.
Rearranging elephants on the Titanic – Jillian Anable’s keynote presentation from UTSG Annual Conference
CREDS Transport & Mobility Theme Lead, Jillian Anable, gave the plenary keynote closing presentation at last week’s 51st Annual Universities’ Transport Study Group Conference.
The changing use of energy efficient technologies – reflections from ECEEE Summer Study
When CREDS Centre Manager, Clare Downing, last worked in energy efficiency the focus was on energy efficient technologies. She attended the ECEEE Summer Study in June to find out how things have changed.
How fair is flexibility?
Researcher Michael Fell draws on his recent paper to consider the fairness implications of the move towards an energy system which increasingly values the ability to be flexible.
The fixity of flexibility
There is widespread agreement on the importance of flexibility in the energy sector, but what does it mean? Peter Forman and Elizabeth Shove explore three common interpretations.
CREDS at ECEEE Summer Study
Our latest blog, by CREDS Co-director Tina Fawcett, looks back at the involvement of CREDS at this year’s ECEEE Summer Study.
Interview with Greg Marsden
University of Leeds Senior Research Fellow, Ian Philips, interviews Greg Marsden about his work in Transport & Mobility.
Net-zero carbon and transport
CREDS Co-investigator, Greg Marsden, discusses how the Committee on Climate Change’s net zero report impacts the transport sector.
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