Reports & briefing papers
Energy Futures Lab supports multi-disciplinary research to develop a sustainable energy supply. This is done through many different intiatives including working with experts from Imperial College London and externally to produce and publish briefing papers aimed at policy makers and other interested parties.
- Response to “Cost of energy review: call for evidence”
A joint submission, with the Grantham Institute, to a Government call for evidence around the 2017 cost of energy review undertaken by Dieter Helm.
- Energy Futures Lab briefing papers
An ongoing series of energy-related white papers prepared with the assistance of the expert energy research community at Imperial College London.
- Synthesis on energy and climate change
A wide-ranging and in-depth report that draws together key considerations on energy, technological progress and climate change.
- Smart and Just Grids: Opportunities for sub-Saharan Africa
Reviews current Smart Grid concepts, technologies and related costs and benefits and places them concept in the context of sub-Saharan African.
- Energy storage systems report
A study of the key questions in relation to the future role of electricity storage in the UK.
- Enabling a transition to low carbon economies
An examination of options for meeting the expected energy demand for 2050 on the assumption that economic growth will continue is necessary in order to plan infrastructure investments that will still be functioning in 2050.
- Energy Futures Lab's annual reports
Between 2007 and 2010 Energy Futures Lab published annual reports detailing its activities, successes andfuture plans.