Building a low carbon economy: the UK’s innovation challenge

19th July 2010

Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Economics, Energy efficiency, Marine energy, Nuclear fission, Offshore wind, Policy law and regulation, Renewables, Wind energy

In order to build a low carbon economy and meet carbon budgets, the UK will need access to new technologies. This requires public sector investment in all stages of the innovation process from Research, through Development and Demonstration to Deployment (RDD&D).

This report considers the effectiveness of current policy measures and institutional arrangements to deliver the technologies required to meet the UK’s 2050 emissions target.


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Building a low carbon economy: the UK’s innovation challenge


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