Dr Rupert Way
Honorary Research Associate, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
Rupert is an Associate at the Institute for New Economic Thinking and an Honorary Research Associate at the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford.
He has a PhD in mathematics, and his current research focuses on energy system modelling, technology forecasting, innovation and technological change, portfolio analysis, decision making under uncertainty, and understanding strategies for accelerating the sustainable energy transition.
Broader interests also include physics, complex systems, political and financial networks, and sustainability.
A fast clean energy transition would save trillions
11 Oct 23
A rapid transition to a fully decarbonised energy system by 2050 would save at least $12 trillion in...
Empirically grounded technology forecasts and the energy transition
13 Sep 22
Future energy system costs are estimated for three different scenarios. A rapid green energy transit...
No. 2021-01 - Empirically grounded technology forecasts and the energy transition
14 Sep 21
Rapidly decarbonising the global energy system is critical for addressing climate change, but concer...
Comparing expert elicitation and model-based probabilistic technology cost forecasts for the energy transition
26 Jul 21
We conduct a systematic comparison of probabilistic technology cost forecasts produced by expert eli...
A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system
20 Apr 21
A report for the UK-China Cooperation on Climate Change Risk Assessment Phase 3 project.
Sensitive intervention points in the post-carbon transition
12 Apr 19
We propose to examine how to exploit similar sensitive intervention points (SIPs) and amplification ...