Related Publications (5)
'Scottish Energy Strategy: The Future of Energy in Scotland', UKERC response to consultation by Scottish Government
Consultation Response by Christina Demski, Craig Morton, Helen Pallett, Mark Winskel, Jan Webb, Jason Chilvers, Keith Bell, Katy Roelich, Jim Watson, John Barrett, Paul Dodds, Kate Scott, Nick Pidgeon, Mags Tingey, Graeme Hawker 14 Jun 2017
The Future of Energy in Scotland - UKERC responds to the Scottish Government's consultation
UKERC Energy Strategies Under Uncertainty - Public Values for Energy Futures: Framing, Indeterminacy and Policy Making
In this paper, public acceptability is identified as an indeterminate form of uncertainty that presents particular challenges for policy making. We build on our existing research into public values for energy system change to explore how the outcomes of the project can be applied in thinking through the uncertainties associated with public perspectives.
Research Report by Christina Demski, Paul Ekins, Rob Gross, Rob Holland, Catherine Mitchell, Jim Skea, Mike Bradshaw, Jim Watson, Karen Parkhill, Catherine Butler, Nick Pidgeon, Alexa Spence, Christophe McGlade, Nick Eyre 30 Apr 2014
This report discusses the implications of global energy trends for the UK. It elaborates the options and choices for the UK in the light of UK energy issues and trends, and current energy infrastructures, markets and regulation. It also discusses the policies that are intended to determine the direction in which they develop.
This Research Report sets out key insights and findings from the UKERC research project: Transforming the UK Energy System – Public Values, Attitudes and Acceptability.
Transforming the UK Energy System: Public Values, Attitudes and Acceptability Summary findings from a survey conducted August 2012
This Research Report summarises key findings from a nationally representative British survey (n=2441), carried out in August 2012 as part of the interdisciplinary UKERC research project 'Transforming the UK Energy System - Public Values, Attitudes and Acceptability'.