New Statesman
Innovation holds the key to unlocking the energy needed today and in the future.
By Bruce Levell - 28 February 12:25

The global energy system needs to undergo a radical change.  It has to become broader, cleaner, more efficient.  My belief is that a balance between accepting the intermittent supply of renewables and the more constant supply of fossil fuels is probably going to be the way that happens. 

New Statesman
Sustainability does not need to cost the earth
By Dr. Peter Bonfield - 22 February 11:56

We are in a period of unprecedented social, economic and technological change – both here at home and globally.  What does this mean for being ‘green’ or ‘eco-sustainable’ – especially as it is applied to the built environment, which has high environmental impacts – 40% of our CO2 emissions come

New Statesman
Innovation: the key to transforming the UK’s energy systems
By Iain Gray - 22 February 11:55

The increasing reliance of all modern societies on plentiful supplies of energy – and particularly electricity – poses significant challenges to governments, business and indeed the individual consumer.

Policy innovation Video
By pardhu - 22 February 7:20

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New Statesman
Q&A with Dr Robert Gross
By Dr. Robert Gross - 22 February 7:00

Is there a country that you would single out as being particularly strong on innovation in energy policy terms?

Policy innovation: facts and figures
By Dr. Robert Gross - 22 February 6:44

 facts and figures

New Statesman
Policy innovation
By Dr. Robert Gross - 22 February 6:07

Is the key to a green economy a change in energy policy? Those involved in the industry (the government, consumers, business) often seem to be playing a game of pass-the-parcel, shifting responsibility between each other.