Centre for Energy Policy About Us

The University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Energy Policy (CEP) works with research, government and industry partners to understand and address the pressing public policy challenge of ensuring transitions to mid-century net zero targets deliver sustainable and more equitable prosperity.

Since its launch in 2015, CEP has established a solid track record of independent, rigorous and multidisciplinary research and timely and responsive knowledge exchange and policy engagement on energy and climate issues set in a wider public policy context. Focused on achieving real-world impacts, the Centre has helped shape UK and Scottish Government policy in areas including energy efficiency, industrial decarbonisation, heat decarbonisation and low carbon transport.

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