NEWS: Oxford forges UK’s energy systems transition with radical approach

"This is one of many innovative projects that aims to accelerate the UK’s economic revival while delivering sustainable growth across the country" Greg Hands MP, Minister for Energy, Clean Growth and Climate Change

Right now, there is arguably no greater technical challenge for the UK,  and the rest of the world, than the energy systems transition. Radical challenges require radical solutions.

The way we source energy, the way we use it domestically, at work, the way transport is powered…and how this is all financed and implemented – are all pieces of an extremely complex puzzle
The way we source energy, the way we use it domestically, at work, the way transport is powered and how this is all financed and implemented – are all pieces of an extremely complex puzzle.

Recent international diplomatic crises, surges in UK energy prices and political lobbying have starkly highlighted this.

Each component of our energy system presents its own challenge, with its own stakeholders, and yet each needs to work seamlessly together in a unified system, if we are to meet our carbon reduction commitments.

Everyone needs to be able to adapt to the changes and they need to benefit those at all stages of life, financial situations and geographical locations.

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