IPPI Policy Briefs
- Potential Economic Impacts of the Scottish Government's £20million "post-Brexit" energy efficiency spending stimulus - Karen Turner, Antonios Katris, Fiona Riddoch and Gioele Figus, May 2017
- Natural Gas in UK and Scottish Energy Policy - Karen Turner and Mark Lappin, Apr. 2017
- Seven questions about fracking in Scotland - Karen Turner and Zoe Shipton, Oct. 2016
- Five challenges to Mission Innovation, the global clean energy innovation drive - Matthew Hannon, Oct. 2016
- How improving energy efficiency could boost the Scottish economy - Karen Turner, Fiona Riddoch and Gioele Figus, Sept. 2016
- Increased Household Energy Efficiency: Can it Boost the UK Economy? - Gioele Figus, Karen Turner et al, May 2015
- Security of Supply: Scotland's Energy needs in a Changing UK Electricity Market - Karen Turner, Peter McGregor and Alf Young, May 2015
- Devolution of the Crown Estate and energy policy- Aileen McHarg, Jan. 2015
- Workshop on linking CGE and TIMES models: lessons learned and next steps Antonios Katris et al., June 2017
- How not to run an energy policy: the lessons from three decades - Brian Wilson, Mar. 2017
- Elephants in Energy: 5 things to consider in energy policy - Ian Marchant, Sept. 2016
- Can We Retain the Economy-Wide Benefits of Energy Efficiency While Reducing the Energy Rebound? - Lisa Ryan, Karen Turner et al, May 2016
- Increasing energy efficiency in Scottish Households - Gioele Figus, Karen Turner et al, May 2016
- Impacts of Regional Productivity Growth, Decoupling and Pollution Leakage - Peter McGregor, Karen Turner, Kim Swales et al, Mar. 2015
- Scotland's Green Jobs Conundrum: How to Better Measure the Employment Impact of a Low Carbon Future - Grant Allan, Peter McGregor and Kim Swales, Dec. 2014
CEP Policy Briefings
- Energy Saving Innovations and Economy Wide Rebound Effects
- Multiplier Analysis of Re-spending Rebound Effects
- So What If There Were a Larger and More Sustained Energy Efficiency Effort across the Economy, What Would be the Impact?
- So which households can benefit from energy efficiency and is there an argument to fund it from the public purse?
- Reducing Rebound Without Sacrificing Macroeconomic Benefits of Increased Energy Efficiency? (link downloads paper)
- The Energy System challenge... Supply & Demand working together
- To what extent will industrial energy efficiency reduce energy use across the economy?
- Just how much carbon do we save when we increase our energy efficiency?
- Call for written evidence on the role of HM Treasury in relation to sustainable development and environmental protection (Houses of Parliament Envoronmental Audit Committee)
- Potential Wider Impacts of Climate Change Mitigation Actions (Dr Keith Baker and Aether)
Research-Based Working Papers
- Increased Energy Efficiency in Germany: Spillover and Rebound Effects - Simon Koesler, Kim Swales and Karen Turner, Feb. 2015
- Indirect Rebound Involving Embodied Energy Use Re-spending Decisions - Karen Turner & Antonios Katris, Dec, 2015
- Making the case for supporting broad energy efficiency programmes: Impacts on household incomes and other economic benefits - Gioele Figus, Karen Turner, Peter McGregor and Antonios Katris, Jan. 2017
- International spillover and rebound effects from increased energy efficiency in Germany - Simon Koesler, Kim Swales and Karen Turner, Dec. 2015
- A ‘Carbon Saving Multiplier’ as an alternative to rebound in considering reduced energy supply chain requirements from energy efficiency? - Karen Turner and Antonios Katris, Dec. 2016