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Dr George Tzougas
Dr David Dekker
Prof Heather McGregor
Dr Matthew Smith
Prof Mary Pietersen-Bloem
Our work will a have direct impact on the UK industrial clusters, first by identifying available strategies to optimize funding for innovation, second by identifying risks to project implementation, and third by providing an overview of the technological advantage for each cluster. By making the case for improving risk assessments in the funding of decarbonization the project will also inform modeling in the finance industry and facilitate funding of the green transition.
During phase 2 of IDRIC we intend to concentrate on the dissemination of previous results and engagement with industry partners. We also intend to progress with work that involves: (a) stakeholder mapping and analysis, (b) green technology development and high-risk financial instruments, such as venture capital; (c) price, liquidity and volatility dynamics in the green bond market and interrelation of green bonds and CO2 derivatives; (d) the market for Hydrogen and its relation to CO2 and H2 derivatives; and (e) systematic evaluation of policy options to a green transition.
A number of dissemination activities, including a series of events aimed at outlining the policy implications and necessary regulation will be held at Panmure House; a series of research colloquia will disseminate research; a number of academic papers will validate findings; and a report for each work package will be produced.