Oxford Martin Initiative on Reconfiguring Energy Needs
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Professors Nick Eyre and Malcolm McCulloch launched a new related initiative to shift society’s approach to energy and accelerate net-zero living.
The Oxford Martin Initiative on Reconfiguring Energy Needs will work with partners and large datasets to identify tipping points in energy use that have been exposed by the pandemic. These findings will be used to develop virtuous feedback cycles and messaging to drive lower energy demand from households, to drive down energy use, energy bills and shift society towards equitable and sustainable living.
Electric Vehicles and the Future
A new micro-documentary from Oxford Sparks features Dr Sivapriya Mothilal Bhagavathy and Dr Katherine Collett discussing their work on making electric vehicles a central part of our transport and energy futures.Watch video
Solving the ‘chicken and egg’ problem of Electric Vehicles in Africa
Electric vehicles could have a transformative effect on health, carbon emissions and consumer costs in Sub Saharan Africa, but governments must solve the problem of investment in infrastructure and vehicles.
Four new initiatives launched to support ‘Building Back Better’ from COVID-19
The Oxford Martin School has launched four new solutions-focused research initiatives, designed to make an immediate difference in helping the world ‘build back better’ from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Planning and adaptive thinking needed to navigate renewable energy network investment
One of the challenges facing Ofgem as regulator, in planning for integration of renewable energy sources into our energy supply, is determining how much network investment to allow, given the uncertainty around the pace and direction of energy transition.
Synthesis Report published by Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy
Key findings from the Oxford Martin School’s five-year Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy have been brought together in a Synthesis Report.
Long Read - June 2019
The Integrating Renewable Energy team includes economists, social scientists, materials scientists and engineers. Find out how their research is making an impact on the ground, helping to create new systems approaches that can deliver cleaner and cheaper energy.Read
Jackson Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Energy and Climate Policy
Associate Professor in Engineering Science
Associate Professor and Acting Leader, Energy Programme
Deputy Director of Energy Research
Professor of Environmental Economics
Senior Research Fellow
Director, Grid Edge Policy
Prof Nick Eyre and Dr Steve Smith in conversation: "Zero carbon energy systems"
"Powering the future: switching on the renewables" with Prof Malcolm McCulloch
Professor Cameron Hepburn on Stranded Assets Risks
"The cost of energy review" with Prof Dieter Helm
"Disruptive oil and electricity futures" with Amory Lovins
"Can future energy needs be met sustainably?" with Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith
Data needed to decarbonize paratransit in Sub-Saharan Africa
Investing for net zero in the face of uncertainty: Real options and robust decision-making
The Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy - Synthesis Report
Cost Reflective Pricing in Energy Networks
Solar photovoltaic self-consumption in the UK residential sector: New estimates from a smart grid demonstration project
Policy Brief—Encouraging Innovation that Protects Environmental Systems: Five Policy Proposals