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The Sussex Energy Group

The Sussex Energy Group is directed by Professor Benjamin K. Sovacool and co-directed by Dr Karoline Rogge and Dr Marie Claire Brisbois. The Sussex Energy Group aims to understand and foster transitions towards sustainable, low carbon energy systems. Drawing from SPRU’s tradition, we undertake academically rigorous, interdisciplinary and world-leading research that is relevant to contemporary policy challenges. We also educate the next generation of energy policy professionals through our MSc and PhD programmes.

SEG Keynote Lecture 2019 - Amory Lovins: Astonishing Energy Futures

5.00 pm - 6.30 pm, 12 September 2019, Lecture Theatre 144, Jubilee Building, University of Sussex

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Latest SEG News

Shifting the focus: energy demand in a net zero-carbon UK. The Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS) has launched its first major cross-theme report. Read more

Operationalising Socio-Technical Energy Transitions. A new project that will focus upon processes and decision points for realising the transition of the UK energy system(s) towards decarbonisation.Read more.

The role of policy in reducing household carbon emissions. A new policy brief by Benjamin Sovacool based on a 4-year project called HOPE shows that effective climate change mitigation policies are needed to mobilise individual behaviour change. Read more.

 

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