The research of SEEC covers a broad range of economic issues arising in energy and environment. Since being established SEEC has produced papers across the whole spectrum of energy economics, including energy efficiency and rebound effects, measurement of efficiency in industries, energy demand modelling & forecasting, economics of renewable energy, consumers and energy technologies, energy and the climate change, transport and electric vehicles, economics of the environment, energy and development, the international oil and gas market, North Sea oil and gas, petroleum fiscal regimes, UK and international coal, gas and electricity privatisation and regulation.
Current work includes:
• Econometrics modelling of energy demand in residential and industrial sectors
• Energy efficiency
• Energy policy
• The rebound effect
• Energy technologies and consumers (e.g. heating system technologies, electric vehicle charging technologies)
• Renewable energy
• Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and energy consumption
• Oil industry
• Economics of the environment
SEEC produces the Surrey Energy Economics Discussion Paper Series (SEEDS) with over 140 papers published since 1980. Furthermore, members of SEEC regularly publish the results of their research in specialised energy and environment, and general economics journals, contribute to books and produce various reports; click here for details of publications.