Biggest-ever energy study reveals UK citizens are overpaying by £7bn a year

Posted 7 Sep 2017 in

The UK’s 50 largest cities could save £7 billion annually and create over 90,000 years’ worth of extra employment by adopting simple measures to cut their energy use and counter climate change. The most comprehensive survey yet of cities’ energy-saving capabilities shows they are failing to capitalise on profitable opportunities which could slash costs for […]

Treat loans for green projects like mortgages to help fund €470 billion annual investment in low-carbon in Europe

Posted 27 Feb 2017 in

Green loans for small-scale low-carbon projects, such as energy efficiency upgrades on homes or the construction of rooftop solar power panels, should be treated like mortgages to provide the multi-billion Euro investments needed for the UK and Europe to make the transition to a low-carbon economy, according to a new policy paper published today (27 […]

Response to UK Government backdown on research grants

Posted 2 Dec 2016 in

Responding to the announcement today (Friday 2 December 2016) by the Cabinet Office that its new regulations for Government grants will not prevent researchers from informing policy-making, Bob Ward, policy and communications director at the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, said: “I am […]

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