Dr Oscar Fitch-Roy
Research Fellow

Research

Research interests

  • Energy policy
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy politics
  • Interest group politics
  • EU policy
  • Offshore wind energy

Research projects

Auctions for renewable energy (AURES):

AURES is a European research project on auctions for renewable energy support (RES) in the EU. The general objective of the project is to promote an effective use and efficient implementation of auctions to improve the performance of electricity from renewable energy sources in Europe.

Funding: Horizon 2020

Intelligent Community Energy (ICE): 

A research project working ​to improve, develop and promote new smart solutions for energy production, storage and consumption for an island or remote community.

Funding: Interreg VA France (Channel) England

Recent Publications:

Fitch-Roy, O. (2017). Negotiating the EU’s 2030 climate and energy framework: agendas, ideas and European interest groups. University of Exeter. PhD Thesis

Fitch-Roy, O. (2016). An offshore wind union? Diversity and convergence in European offshore wind governance. Climate Policy, 16(5), 586–605. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2015.1117958

Kitzing, L. Islam, M. Fitch-Roy, O. (2017) Comparison of auctions and alternative policy options for RES-E support

del Rio, P. Fitch-Roy, O. Woodman, B. (2016) Identification of alternative policy options to auctions for RES-E support.

Fitch-Roy, O. Woodman, B. (2016) Auctions for Renewable Energy Support in the United Kingdom: Instruments and lessons learnt.

Fitch-Roy, O. (2015). Auctions for Renewable Energy Support in California : Instruments and Lessons Learnt

Morgan, C., Reynolds, P., Phillips, J., Butler, P., Rawlinson-Smith, R., Houston, C., … Fitch-roy, O. W. (2013). Offshore wind - 10 Years, 10 Lessons. Bristol. 

Fitch-Roy, O. (2013). Rethinking local content requirements. In European Wind Energy Association Conference, EWEA 2013.

Fitch-Roy, O. (2013). Workers wanted: The EU wind energy sector skills gap.

Gardner, P., Fitch-roy, O., & Platt, R. (2012). Beyond the Bluster: Why Wind Power is an Effective Technology. 

 

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