NEW REPORT: The New Economics of Innovation and Transition: Evaluating Opportunities and Risks

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EEIST’s New Report Featured in The Guardian

4 November 2021

EEIST’s new report, ‘The New Economics of Innovation and Transition: Evaluating Opportunities and Risks’, has been featured in The Guardian on Tuesday 2nd November. World leaders announce plan to make green tech cheaper than alternatives






EU Communities of Practice Meeting

4 October 2021

As part of the EU Energy Week we hosted a workshop for European policymakers, think tanks, NGOs and modellers to discuss the science-policy interface. Participants from the European Commission, Poland, Italy, Germany, North Macedonia, Netherlands, Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Russia, Switzerland and the UK attended. Publications on our findings will be published over the next year.






EEIST’s ‘Risk-Opportunity Analysis for transformative policy design and appraisal’ Paper is now available in Chinese (Mandarin) and Brazilian Portuguese

16 June 2021

EEIST ROA Paper in Brazilian Jun 21 EEIST Chinese Version of ROA Paper Jun 21 -JR






New Paper published in January 2021: “Systemic review of the outcomes and trade-offs of ten types of decarbonization policy instruments”

5 May 2021

New Paper published in January 2021: “Systemic review of the outcomes and trade-offs of ten types of decarbonization policy instruments” by Dr Cristina Peñasco, Prof Laura Díaz Anadón  and Elena Verdolini in Nature Climate Change The literature evaluating the technical and socioeconomic outcomes of policy instruments used to support the transition to low-carbon economies is […]






New Paper Published by Aileen Lam and Jean-Francois Mercure: ‘Which policy mixes are best for decarbonising passenger cars?’

18 March 2021

Please find the link here or here   Here Aileen summarises the paper: “Using the FTT:Transport model of vehicle technology diffusion and market competition, we simulate the impact of climate policies on passenger car emissions in the US, UK, Japan, China and India up to 2050, seeking to understand policy interaction. We analyse six commonly […]