Energy Transition Research at OIES focuses on the trends shaping energy systems, transformations in behaviours and business models, and the implications of shifting from the existing hydrocarbon-dominated energy economy to a system in which renewables, low-carbon energy sources and abated use of hydrocarbons will play a much greater role.
Energy Transition Research identifies and analyses the key themes shaping the energy system and combines and coordinates transition research themes from across all other OIES Research Programmes.
Head of Energy Transition Research
If you would like any information on OIES Energy Transition Research please contact Bassam Fattouh.
In this Podcast David Ledesma discusses with Stephen Craen, Visiting Research Fellow OIES, the challenges facing the financing of future hydrogen projects as it is expected that a substantial amount of capital will need to be invested in green hydrogen production to meet the 2050 net zero targets. Based around an ‘Archetype’ world scale hydrogen […]
In this latest edition of our Key Themes series we examine a number of topics which we believe will be highly relevant to the global energy economy in 2023. The past twelve months have seen a huge re-prioritisation of energy policy away from environmental issues and towards energy security and affordability. Many of the articles […]
In this latest OIES podcast David Ledesma talks to Michal Meidan and James Henderson about a forthcoming OIES research paper on the Key Themes for the Global Energy Economy in 2023. The overarching theme is the rebalancing of the energy trilemma, with energy security taking a more prominent position alongside affordability, while sustainability is a […]
New OIES Podcast – Gas Markets in South East Europe https://t.co/4ILt2TeVEp https://t.co/MyQhgjScCS
New OIES Energy Comment - “Catch 2022” for Russian gas: plenty of capacity amid disappearing market… https://t.co/2GkWL58V6g
New OIES Podcast - Hydrogen Financing https://t.co/kdNTKgrpiz https://t.co/D5Hy9TDr4Y
OIES today publishes its thoughts on the Key Themes for the Global Energy Economy in 2023, covering 20 short, mediu… https://t.co/eBXXSC9Ylw