Energy Policy Group

EPG Working Papers

EPG working papers are produced by the group on a wide range of energy policy and sustainable energy issues, including our work on current research theme on innovation and governance. All working papers are peer reviewed. We also occasionally contribute to other working papers.

Matthew Lockwood

The development of the Capacity Market for electricity in Great Britain
Keywords: incumbents, Capacity Market, governance, electricity, policy process, demand side

EPG 1702 published October 2017 | PDF

Joseph Dutton

The politics of cross-border electricity market interconnection: the UK, Ireland and Greenlink
Keywords: UK; Ireland; European Union; Energy security; Energy governance; electricity; interconnectors; renewables

EPG 1602 published May 2016 | PDF

Caroline Kuzemko

Governing for demand innovations in Germany: Politics, policy and practice
Keywords: Governance; Distributed Energy; Demand-Side Response; Energy Efficiency; Germany; Energiewende; Energy System Transition

EPG 1601 published February 2016 | PDF

Anthony Froggatt & Amelia Hadfield

Deconstructing the European Energy Union: Governance and 2030 goals
Keywords: European Energy Union; Energy security; Climate and Energy Package; European energy governance; Decarbonisation; GHG; RES; Integrated energy market

EPG 1507 published December 2015 | PDF

Anthony Froggatt

A comparison of the European Climate and Energy 2020 and 2030 Packages
Keywords: politics, renewable energy policy, institutions, Germany, UK

EPG 1506 published November 2015 | PDF

Joseph Dutton

EU Energy Policy and the Third Package
Keywords: European Union; energy; governance; third energy package; internal market

EPG 1505 published July 2015 | PDF

Matthew Lockwood

The Danish system of electricity policy-making and regulation
Keywords: governance, regulation, electricity, institutions, Denmark, Great Britain

EPG 1504 published May 2015 | Abstract PDF 

Caroline Kuzemko

Energy Governance, Suppliers and Demand Side Management
Keywords: demand management, energy governance (policy objectives, instruments, regulations and rules), incumbent suppliers, independent suppliers, innovation

EPG 1503 published May 2015 | Abstract PDF

C Mitchell, B Woodman, C Kuzemko. R Hoggett

Public Value Energy Governance: establishing an institutional framework which better fits a sustainable, secure and affordable energy system
Keywords: governance, economic regulation, energy policy, institutions

EPG 1502 published March 2015 | Abstract PDF

Tom Steward

Mapping Policies for Improved Efficiency & Reductions in Final Demand: All Sectors (Excluding Transport)
Keywords: demand, energy efficiency, demand-side, demand-reduction

EPG 1501 published February 2015 | Abstract PDF  

Matthew Lockwood

Energy networks and distributed energy resources in Great Britain

Keywords: networks, smart grids, innovation, regulation, governance, demand-side response

EPG 1406 published Oct 2014 | Abstract PDF  

Caroline Kuzemko

Depoliticisation, Institutions and Political Capacity: Explaining Sedate Energy Transition in the UK

Keywords: UK energy and climate policy; depoliticisation; political capacity

EPG 1405 published Apr 2014 | Abstract PDF 

 

Caroline Kuzemko

EU Climate Benchmarking: Qualifications, Compromises and Compliance in the UK and Germany

Keywords: global governance, climate change, benchmarks, energy policy, Germany, UK

EPG 1404 published Apr 2014 | Abstract PDF 

 

Matthew Lockwood

The political dynamics of green transformations: The roles of policy feedback and institutional context

Keywords: politics, renewable energy policy, institutions, Germany, UK

EPG 1403 published Apr 2014 | Abstract PDF 

 

Catherine Mitchell

Change and Inertia in the UK Energy System – getting our institutions and governance right

Keywords: Governance, regulation, change, inertia, innovation 

EPG 1402 published Mar 2014 | Abstract PDF

 

Tom Steward

Demand and Decarbonisation in 2050: Themes from Scenarios

Keywords: Scenarios, Demand, Transition, Pathway, 2050, Decarbonisation, System costs

EPG 1401 published Feb 2014 | Abstract | PDF


Matthew Lockwood

Governance, Innovation and the Transition to a Sustainable Energy System: Perspectives from Economic Theory.
Keywords: Economic theory, sustainability, institutions, innovation, governance, lock-in
EPG 1305 published July 2013 | Abstract | PDF

Matthew Lockwood, Caroline Kuzemko, Catherine Mitchell, and Richard Hoggett

Theorising governance and innovation in sustainable energy transitions
Keywords: Change; Climate Change; Energy; Institutions; Sustainability; Transition
EPG 1304 published July 2013 | Abstract | PDF

Caroline Kuzemko

Politicizing UK Energy: What Speaking Energy Security Can Do
Keywords: politicization; securitization; energy and climate policy; change
EPG 1303 published June 2013 | Abstract | PDF

Matthew Lockwood

The Political Sustainability of the 2008 Climate Change Act
Keywords: Climate change, climate policy, energy policy, public opinion, politics, UK
EPG 1302 published January 2013 | Abstract | PDF

Caroline Kuzemko

Understanding the Politics of Low Carbon Transition: Context, Paradigms and Power
Keywords: energy; transition; climate change; institutions; politics
EPG 1301 published January 2013 | Abstract | PDF

Fudge S., Peters M. and Wade J.

Locating the agency and influence of local authorities in UK energy governance
March 2012 |UoS Centre for Environmental Strategy, Working Paper 01/12 | Link

Joseph Dutton

EU Energy Policy and the Third Package
Keywords: European Union; energy; governance; third energy package; internal market

EPG 1505 published July 2015 |  PDF

Anthony Froggatt

A comparison of the European Climate and Energy 2020 and 2030 Packages
Keywords: politics, renewable energy policy, institutions, Germany, UK

EPG 1506 published November 2015 | 

Amelia Hadfield

Anthony Froggatt

A comparison of the European Climate and Energy 2020 and 2030 Packages
Keywords: politics, renewable energy policy, institutions, Germany, UK

EPG 1506 published November 2015 |