This report, focusing on the steel industry, forms part of the supporting research for the Committee on Climate Change’s 2017 report on energy prices and bills. It was prepared by Cambridge Econometrics in March 2017.
This report accompanies the Committee on Climate Change’s 2017 report on energy prices and bills. It was prepared by Cambridge Econometrics in March 2017.
The following report accompanies the Committee on Climate Change's 2017 report on energy prices and bills. The report provides an analysis of the opportunities to UK businesses to supply global markets with low carbon materials and goods and services.
This report presents the findings of a review of the evidence on policy support for heat supply or infrastructure transitions in different European countries, and sets out to understand how relevant these policy lessons might be to the UK context for achieving radical decarbonisation of heat.
In this report for the Committee on Climate Change, the TIAM-Grantham energy system model is used to consider the impact of a ‘dash for gas’ in Western Europe on global energy supply and emissions. The report builds on analysis carried out as part of the AVOID2 project.
This research, by UCL Energy Institute, finds that energy efficiency happens when it is strategically important, or “salient”, and that salience is strongly influenced by external drivers such as reputation and risk and also by the way different part of the organisation are connected and resourced.
This report considers the implications of decarbonisation for the future regulation of the gas grid.
This report provides a summary of discussions about a policy package to achieve 2030 carbon budget scenarios.
This report reviews the evidence base on land use drivers, metrics and models to inform the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) on the implications of land use change for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
A detailed set of data from the analysis that underpinned the Committee on Climate Change's advice for the fifth carbon budget.