Transition to zero pollution

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Professor Simon Taylor-Robinson appears in primetime BBC One health programme

Professor Simon Taylor-Robinson appears in primetime BBC One health programme

“Long Live Britain”, which was broadcast on Monday 5th August 2013 at 9pm on BBC One, documented a record-breaking health screening aimed at challenging the way that we tackle three of Britain’s most dominant preventable diseases. read more

Electric Insights – quarterly reports

Electric Insights – quarterly reports

Commissioned by Drax and delivered by Dr Iain Staffell and team, the quarterly Electric Insights reports analyse raw data made publicly available by National Grid and Elexon, which run the electricity and balancing market respectively, and Sheffield Solar. read more

Webinar: What will our recovery look like?

Webinar: What will our recovery look like?

23 July 2020 – 12:00 – 13:00 Hear Professor Jonathan Haskel, renowned British economist & Bank of England Monetary Policy committee Member, talk through the economic modelling of the initial recession and the lessons for the recovery. read more

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Energising Britain Report

Energising Britain Report

Dr Iain Staffell, Dr Malte Jansen and consultants from e4Tech were commissioned by Drax Group to look into the progress, impacts and outlook for transforming Britain’s energy system. read more

Informing the debate on Britain’s electricity system

Informing the debate on Britain’s electricity system

The electricity sector is currently undergoing unprecedented changes, including obligations to decarbonise and pressure to keep bills down. With old coal being driven off the system, new nuclear given the go-ahead, prices reaching new highs and lows, and clean energy overtaking fossil fuels for the first time, there is an increasing need for a strong evidence base and robust analysis. read more

Design advice on eco-ventilation system for homes

Design advice on eco-ventilation system for homes

Our consultants shared their expertise in sustainable energy system design to help Clean Tech start up ‘Ventive Ltd’ to move into new markets with their PVHR (passive ventilation with heat recovery) system. read more