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Energy systems and renewables in brazil - a focus on photovoltaics (pv)

Dr Chiara Candelise | Economics | 01 June 2009

The dynamicity of the brazilian energy sector, together with its impacts and interlinks with western countries energy systems, makes the country an interesting target for establishing and developing research partnerships. In the light of such propose ...

Domestic energy feedback

Dr Sarah Darby | Environmental Planning | 01 April 2007

The starting point for this research is the question ‘what do the possibilities for energy feedback in the uk mean from the energy user’s perspective? ’ sarah darby will be taking an interdisciplinary approach, combining qualitative research into how ...

External european union governance in energy

Professor Stephen Padgett | Political Science | 01 October 2007

The overall aim of the research is to develop an understanding of the processes of external governance that the eu has developed to manage risks arising in the ‘wider europe’. The concept of europeanisation provides a starting point, focusing on the ...

Insights from pioneers in renewable energy (inspire)

Dr Dan Van Der Horst | Environmental Planning | 01 June 2007

Renewable energy technologies have experienced widely differing innovation and diffusion trends in the uk. Especially for smaller scale technologies, early adoption and uptake is often dependent on the energetic efforts of pioneering individuals. Alt ...

Cambridge research group on economic policy analysis of sustainable energy

Professor David Newbery | Economics | 01 October 2005

Under this award we will be conducting three programmes of research: delivering secure reliable and diverse energy in a liberalised market. This will include proper regulation of the natural monopoly elements of the electricity and gas sectors, effi ...

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