Our Work

Below is a small selection of the work that we’ve carried out. Click on a topic to see relevant projects.

Russian isolationism: high oil and gas prices are bad news for the global economy

Our latest analysis of high oil and gas prices show the need for policy support, to manage a rapid transition away from fossil fuels and to prevent long-term damage to affected communities. Head of Environment Jon Stenning unpacks the key findings, with a focus on the UK, EU27 an...

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Electromobility in the Visegrad region – Slovakia

Commissioned by the European Climate Foundation, this report estimated the likely economic impacts associated with, and the potential challenges, to switching car production in Slovakia to battery electric vehicles (EVs) over the long term (to 2040). This technical report sets...

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Greenpeace East Asia: The macroeconomic impact of decarbonising Korea’s passenger car fleet

A report commissioned by Greenpeace East Asia Seoul Office 'The macroeconomic impact of decarbonising Korea’s passenger car fleet', assessed potential technological pathways to decarbonise the Korean passenger car fleet and their wider economic and employment effects.  Camb...

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BEUC: Risks and benefits of dynamic electricity pricing

Commissioned by BEUC (The European Consumer Organisation), the study estimates the monthly, quarterly, and annual electricity costs for an archetype household in Austria and France, under varying conditions and use cases. The study also explores the differential impact of mana...

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European Climate Foundation: Modelling the socioeconomic impacts of zero carbon housing in Europe

A new report commissioned by the European Climate Foundation, ‘Modelling the socioeconomic impacts of zero carbon housing in Europe’ assesses the socio-economic costs and benefits of different potential pathways for decarbonising the residential building sector in Europe. ...

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European Climate Foundation: Assessment of the impacts of an ETS2 for transport and buildings

New scenario analysis by Cambridge Econometrics for the European Climate Foundation reveals the varying impact of introducing, or not introducing, ETS2 on emission reduction for the building heating and transport sectors. The study considered the impact at Member State, region...

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Green government approach needed to tackle 2022’s cost of living and fuel poverty crisis

Project Manager Jen Dicks calls for a joined-up Government approach that tackles the fuel poverty and cost-of-living crisis whilst also achieving levelling up and net zero commitments. Jen argues that 2022 presents a unique opportunity for the UK to manage a green economic recove...

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CREDS: Macro-economic impacts of green policies in the Economic Recovery Package post-Covid

Analysis by Cambridge Econometrics for the Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS) reveals the positive economic, environmental and welfare impacts of ‘green’ policies relative to a ‘business-as-usual’ approach that could be part of a post-Covid, green, e...

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The ROCKWOOL Group: Unlocking the Benefits of Building Renovation

Analysis by Cambridge Econometrics for The ROCKWOOL Group reveals key policy solutions that could help deliver building renovation at a global scale, and unlock a host of environmental, economic and social benefits.  Following the consultation of 40 international renovat...

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The Renovation Wave can cut EU gas imports and reduce consumer bills

New Cambridge Econometrics analysis for the ROCKWOOL Group shows that the EU Commission Renovation Wave’s target of reducing heat demand by 60% across 35 million homes by 2030 will bring significant benefits across society and the economy. The report evaluated the potential ...

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