We conduct a range of interdisciplinary research projects seeking to meet emerging national and international energy challenges including:
- Energy transition
- Greenhouse gas emissions and energy usage in manufacturing
- Taxation law to support energy justice
- Barriers to energy use in the circular economy
- Geopolitical energy challenges, partnerships and equality
Our members approach their research using a number of different methodologies drawn from applied, experimental, behavioural and health economics, econometrics, statistics and exploratory data analysis, finance studies and taxation studies.
We also seek to translate our academic findings into concrete policy recommendations for various regulation and governance actors.
Our research agenda and expertise consists of a number of interrelated themes, as follows: