Oxford Energy Network
Oxford Energy Network 

Founding Year: 2013

Staff: 200

Budget:

Robin Morris (Network Convenor)

A network bringing together academics from the University of Oxford to solve the main technological, social, economic, and policy difficulties of delivering safe, cheap, and sustainable energy for everybody. These researchers collaborate with a wide range of industry and academic partners, as well as major stakeholders throughout the globe, such as governments and non-governmental organizations.

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Oxford Energy Network  contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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