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Corriere della Sera: Data Centres consume too much energy? The first one powered by a nuclear power plant is born in the USA (in Italian)

Research by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article regarding the first Data Centre powered by a nuclear power plant. Read the full article []…

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Looking at 2023

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty offer their insights and opinions on what to expect in 2023 in areas ranging from entrepreneurship to climate change to disinformation. How many people predicted at the start of 2022 that, by Halloween, Britain would…

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Illustration of a man with a telescope sitting on a large "2023" sign and looking to the future.

Reuters: Serica Energy to buy Tailwind Energy Investments in $782 million deal

UK oil and gas producer Serica Energy, agreed to buy North Sea peer Tailwind Energy Investments for 644 million pounds ($782 million), bringing on energy trader Mercuria as its biggest investor as part of the deal, the article says. Tailwind…

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The Wall Street Journal: Quebec shuns bitcoin mining in bid to conserve power

Research from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about Quebec no longer wanting to sell cheap electricity to cryptocurrency mining. Read the full article []…

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Express: Energy: UK taxpayers deserve an accounting of Liz Truss’s prize freeze, experts assert.

Cambridge Judge Business School is featured in this Express article about the Energy Price Guarantee. It focuses on a new paper by the Energy Policy Research Group at CJBS ( co-authored by Michael Pollitt and David Reiner) which says taxpayers…

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No ‘blank cheque’ for Energy Price Guarantee outlays, says Cambridge paper

British taxpayers ‘deserve an accounting’ of energy cap spending including whether it stimulates long-term UK energy investment, says new paper from Energy Policy Research Group at Cambridge Judge Business School. UK taxpayers deserve an accounting of who benefits from the…

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Transmission tower and raising sparkline chart representing electricity prices rise during global energy crisis.

Poets & Quants: 2021 summer guide to the world’s best MBA options

Mahesh Sudhakaran, an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2011) talks with Matt Symonds about leadership and his experience at Cambridge Judge. “The Cambridge MBA is one of the few programmes in the world that gives you the opportunity…

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Forbes: Understand the future of energy that passes through algae as food (transl.)

“As climate change seeps into all aspects of the food chain, including the oceans, it is imperative to seek alternative sources of nutrition to meet the needs of the population,” writes Christopher Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge…

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New York Times: Cryptomining capacity in U.S. rivals energy use of Houston, findings show

Seven of the largest Bitcoin mining companies in the United States are set up to use nearly as much electricity as all the homes in Houston. The findings, by a congressional investigation, highlight how the surge in activity has caused…

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Cambridge MBA student’s letter on cleaner energy opportunity published in Financial Times

Discussion and debate in Cambridge MBA Macroeconomics course results in an MBA student’s letter to the Financial Times on the renewable energy opportunity posed by 40-year high inflation.  Along with many other top media outlets, the Financial Times is very…

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Natalie Chapman.