NEW REPORT: The New Economics of Innovation and Transition: Evaluating Opportunities and Risks
The Economics of Energy Innovation and System Transition is a University of Exeter led project which develops cutting edge complexity-based modelling solutions to support government decision making around low-carbon innovation and technological change, aiming to facilitate a rapid low-carbon transition.
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Thu, 4 November, 19.30 – 21.00 GMT, UK Pavilion, COP26 Venue Watch the recording of this event at the UK COP26 Presidency Pavilion, on 4, November 2021, where world leading experts in complexity economics, systems thinking, and energy policy introduced our new conceptual model for policy and investment decision making – the Risk-Opportunity Analysis’ (ROA) […]Read more View all Events
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