Centre for Energy PolicyDr Stephen Agyeman

Stephen joined the Centre for Energy Policy as a Research Fellow in August 2023. His academic background includes studies in chemical engineering (at undergraduate level), and energy and resource economics (at postgraduate level). His research interests include energy and fuel substitution, energy sector (de)regulation, and how these strategies contribute to climate change mitigation. Stephen was previously based at Xiamen University in China, where he worked on modelling the contribution of energy sector (de)regulation to advancing negative emission technology innovation in OECD and African regions. He holds a PhD in Energy Economics and Management from Xiamen University.

Stephen’s current CEP research uses techno-economic assessments and economy-wide modelling techniques to understand the investment cost and market competitiveness implications of integrating carbon capture and storage (CCS) systems in industrial clusters in Scotland and the UK.

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