Governing for Innovation Without Disruption in Energy Systems
University of Exeter
There is an enormous amount of change going on in energy systems (technology (supply, demand and operation); economics; social preferences; environmental understanding, business models etc) which is leading to uncertainty The accompanying paper is focused on energy system ‘disruption’ from a Government decision-makers point of view, it: Sets out general challenges facing energy system transformation Sets out the additional, specific challenges faced by GB Sets out principles of institutional reform Sets out the solutions for the GB problems: the IGov framework
This is the final version of the presentation. Available from iGov via the link in this record. IGov research sits within the University of Exeter’s Energy Policy Group and is an Established Career Fellowship funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
BIEE Research Conference – Innovation and Disruption: the energy sector in transition, 22nd September 2016, Oxford.