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The power of flexibility

The cost of electricity generated by solar and wind has dramatically declined. In most regions renewables now

Competition, not concentration

This report explores issues of concentration and competition in consumer markets, and the role that policymakers can

The future of carbon pricing

A economy-wide carbon tax paid by both domestic and international producers would prevent carbon leakage, level the

Carbon risk and resilience

Over half of the world’s least developed and lowest income countries are currently exploring for oil and

Energy, migration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

This briefing considers the direct and indirect relationships between migration and energy services in places of origin

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By Antony Froggatt; Daniel Quiggin

The cost of electricity generated by solar and wind has dramatically declined. In most regions renewables now represent the majority…

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By Scott Corfe

This report explores issues of concentration and competition in consumer markets, and the role that policymakers can play in driving…

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By Various Authors

A economy-wide carbon tax paid by both domestic and international producers would prevent carbon leakage, level the playing field for…

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By Siân Bradley; Glada Lahn; Steve Pye

Over half of the world’s least developed and lowest income countries are currently exploring for oil and gas or hoping…

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By Andrew Scott; Leah Worrall; Sam Pickard

This briefing considers the direct and indirect relationships between migration and energy services in places of origin and destination, and…

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By Zilvinas Silenas

Instead of comprehensive re-examination of the Energy Taxation Directive, the European Commission is examining whether ETD should continue the exemptions…

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By Various Authors

G7 countries (and others around the world) are in the early stages of an energy transition – including, in some…

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By Nigel Keohane; Scott Corfe

This report examines the ‘poverty premium’ in energy – a phenomenon where those living below the poverty line pay more…

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By Matthew Rooney

Small modular nuclear reactors could be a crucial technology in the drive to decarbonise our energy system, according to Small…

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