The Energy Policy Group at the University of Exeter provides an academic hub for the interdisciplinary study of energy policy. We place sustainability and change at the heart of debates about energy policy and governance. We work collaboratively with stakeholders and researchers on the economics and politics of energy to find new and innovative approaches for enabling the transition to a low carbon, sustainable and affordable energy system. Find out more about our team, vision and work here.
Our new thinking...
Richard Lowes, Bridget Woodman & Jessica Britton
EPG response to the DECC consultation: The Renewable Heat Incentive: A reformed and refocused scheme
April 2016 | DECC consultation response | PDF
Energy transformation: future challenges and opportunities
April 2016 | Freie Universität Berlin | Link
Restructuring GB's energy institutions: why is it worth the cost?
April 2016 | New Thinking Blog | Link
Reviewing the benefits of the Low Carbon Network Fund and the governance of the Network Innovation Competition and the Network Innovation Allowance
February 2016 | Ofgem consultation response | PDF
Distribution Service Providers
April 2016 | Updated slides | Link
Should we stay or should we go?
April 2016 | EPG Blog | Link