News items for Sussex Energy Group
Home improvers and influencers vital to achieving UK net zero domestic heating targets
The role of enthusiastic heat pump adopters in spreading the word is as important as Government policy, education and training.
UK society picks up unpaid £110 billion tab from energy industry every year
The true social, environmental and health costs of the UK energy sector is paid for by society at large rather than the industry or its consumers
Scotland’s pursuit of low carbon future restricted by UK national security objectives
Scotland’s progression to a low carbon future is likely being held back by national security policy from Westminster.
US society picks up unpaid $1.7 trillion tab from energy industry every year
The social, environmental and health costs of the US energy sector dwarves the revenues of the country’s upstream oil and gas industry ($181 billion)
Global climate scenarios may significantly overestimate the energy savings from improved energy efficiency
A new study argues that global energy modellers need to take rebound effects more seriously, and find ways of capturing their full range of effects.
The hidden $25 trillion cost of the planet's energy and transport systems
The hidden social, environmental and health costs of the energy and transport sectors is equal to more than a quarter of global economic output.
Celebrating another record year for highly cited researchers
Nine University of Sussex academics have been included in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers List – up from seven in last year’s global rankings.
New Sussex Innovation Forum to boost region’s sustainability, wellbeing and economy
Businesses and community groups are being invited to help deliver the innovation required to make Sussex net zero.
To end King Coal’s reign, must his loyal subjects get paid? Compensating phase-out losers for a just transition
Governments should be prepared to pay billions of pounds to operators of coal-fired power plants in agreements to shut down their plants early.