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This briefing paper reports on an illustrative analysis of how energy efficiency improvement programmes in the UK may impact across the wider economy. We explore how the implementation of residential energy efficiency actions funded through the Energy Company Obligation, ECO, triggers a range of impacts and interactions in and between different sectors and actors in the UK economy. We then consider how outcomes may differ if alternative funding approaches were to be adopted, with the aim of providing useful insight to a wider stakeholder community concerned with energy efficiency policy.
- energy efficiency
- economic expansion
- energy efficiency gains
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Can different approaches to funding household energy efficiency deliver on economic and social policy objectives? ECO and alternatives in the UKKatris, A. & Turner, K., 31 Aug 2021, In: Energy Policy. 155, 11 p., 112375.
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Laying the Foundations for a Net Zero Society: Principles and Infrastructure for a Climate Resilient and Economically Sustainable RecoveryTurner, K., Katris, A., Stewart, J., Alabi, O., Calvillo, C., Race, J., Swales, K., Mitchell, T. & Andreas, J., 2 Jul 2020, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde. 14 p.
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Katris, A., Turner, K., McEwen, N., Munro, F., Cairney, P. & McHarg, A., 10 Jan 2020, London, p. 1-40, 40 p.
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