Michael Fell

Michael Fell is a research associate at UCL Energy Institute. His work focuses on social aspects of energy use, in particular people's desire and ability to offer flexibility to electricity systems. He is currently working on two main projects: as researcher co-investigator on the Energy Revolution Research Consortium (EnergyREV) on smart local energy systems; and as a researcher on the UKRI Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions on distributed ledger technology and energy retail markets.

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Maximizing the Utility of Open Science

A key political driver of open access and open science policies has been the potential economic benefits that they could deliver to public and private knowledge users. However, the empirical evidence for these claims is rarely substantiated. In this post Michael Fell, discusses how open research can lead to economic benefits and suggests that if these benefits are to be more widely realized, future open research policies should focus on developing research discovery, translation and the capacity for research utilization outside of the academy.

3 months ago
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