OIES will lead a research effort in applying Circular Economy concepts to decarbonization of the energy system, involving multiple actors – conceptualised as Circular Energy Economy – relevant to national and regional governments, cities, energy companies and energy-exporting economies. The topic will be considered from the perspective of analysing economic and policy cases for efficient decarbonization and risk mitigation in the Energy Transition (Research Leader: Anupama Sen).
In recent years, the replacement of fossil fuels with renewables in power generation and improvements in energy use efficiency have contributed the largest proportions of global CO2 emissions reduction. With the recent acceleration of ambitions on decarbonization – and countries adopting targets to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by the middle of this century – these […]
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