PGTA in Political Economy of Energy Policy
- Name: Peter Warren
- Position: PGTA in Political Economy of Energy Policy
- Room: 1.01, 31 Tavistock Sq.
- Email: email@example.com
Peter is a Doctoral Researcher at the UCL Energy Institute and a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Political Science. His PhD focuses on energy demand-side management policy. Peter holds an MRes in Energy Demand studies at UCL, an MSc by Research in Geography at Durham University, and a BSc in Geography from Durham University. Prior to his PhD Peter worked as the Sustainability Manager in the hospitality sector and has worked closely with Camden Council as Chair of the Board of the Camden Climate Change Alliance. Peter's research interests include energy and environmental policy, and he currently teaches on the MSc Economics and Policy of Energy and Environment in the 'Political Economy of Energy Policy' module.
- Warren, P. (Forthcoming) "The Use of Systematic Reviews to Analyse Demand-Side Management Programmes", Energy Efficiency
- Warren, P. (Forthcoming) "A Review of Demand-Side Management Policy in the UK", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
- Warren, P. (2013) "Electricity demand-side management: best practice programmes for the UK", WIT Transactions on Ecology and The Environment, 176, pp. 69-80
- Warren, P. (2013) "The use of Systematic Reviews to analyse best practice in energy demand-side management programmes", YEEES-AAEE 2013 Conference, 21-22nd March 2013, Vienna, Austria
- Strachan, N. and Warren, P. (2011) “Incorporating behavioural complexity in energy-economic models”, UK Energy Research Centre Conference on: Energy and People: Futures, Complexity and Challenges, 20-21 September 2011, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford
- Warren, P. (2011) "Incorporating behavioural complexity into the Open Source Energy Modelling System using intangible costs and benefits" Arup Conference on: People and Buildings Conference for Masters Students, 23 September 2011, London
- Warren, P. (2011) Incorporating Behavioural Complexity into Energy-Economy Models, Lap-Publishing
- Warren, P. (2011) The Uptake of Micro-generation in Small Organisations, Lap-Publishing
- Warren, P. (2011) The Environmental Impact of Geothermal Power, Lap-Publishing
- Warren, P. (2009) “Geothermal Power: its current and future potential as an answer to the energy crisis”, Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment Research Journal, 2008-2009 issue