Welcome to the last SEG newsletter in 2014. After what was a very busy year, we wish everyone a good Christmas and all the best for 2015.
Jim Watson and Ralitsa Hiteva have published a blog post on The Conversation today on UK energy infrastructure interdependencies.
Emily Cox on the economic and social impact of electricity blackouts in the UK, and what the BBC is missing
The BBC’s ‘Counting the cost’ reporting misses the key issue.
Professor Paul Nightingale has been appointed to a new role that will have strategic oversight for the delivery of a grant from the ESRC.
The closing date for applications to the third round of the Research Development Fund is 5pm on Monday 10 November.
Lucy Baker presented on “Renewable energy, local content and South Africa’s minerals-energy complex”
Lucy Baker gave a paper presentation on “Renewable energy, local content and South Africa’s minerals-energy complex” at the annual...
The second newsletter of the Centre for Global Political Economy has been released.
University of Sussex economist Professor Mariana Mazzucato has been shortlisted for the first-ever New Statesman SPERI Prize in political economy.
Dr Alex Coad, SPRU, has been ranked 35th and Dr Sambit Bhattacharyya, Department of Economics, 167 in a list of top young economists.
Dr Steve Sorrell, Co-Director of the Sussex Energy Group at SPRU and Director of the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, has co-authored an...