Special collection of papers on occupant behaviour in buildings
CREDS buildings & energy theme co-investigator, Gesche Huebner, has produced a special collection of papers for Nature Scientific Data on occupant behaviour in buildings.
Taking stock of the role for local action on clean energy in the UK’s decarbonisation efforts
Mags Tingey and Jan Webb reflect on the UK Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee’s report – Clean Growth: Technologies for meeting the UK’s emissions reduction targets – and the significance of its recommendations for local action on clean energy.
Developing a pathway for construction professionals to meet net-zero target
CREDS researchers from UCL recently hosted a briefing, organised by the Edge, that brought together representatives from the main construction industry professional institutions.
CREDS turns one: a year of shifting the focus towards energy demand
As CREDS celebrates one year since our launch, we announce a new £1.25m challenge project – FAIR. We also unveil, in support of the Shifting the focus report launched in July, a series of short videos with chapter authors and a highlights document, which offers a quick look at the report.
Interview with Mari Martiskainen
Sussex Energy Group Communications and Engagement Officer, Nora Blascsok, interviews Mari Martiskainen about her work in our Digital Society and FAIR themes.
Shared mobility – where now, where next?
The Commission on Travel Demand Shared Mobility Inquiry report launches today, featuring recommendations to increase vehicle occupancy, reduce individual ownership and enhance multi-modal travel.
Take a look at the report and accompanying graphics.
CREDS contributes to new ESRC report
CREDS researchers have contributed to a new ESRC report, which looks at UK research on the social science of climate change.
Rearranging elephants on the Titanic – Jillian Anable’s keynote presentation from UTSG Annual Conference
CREDS Transport & Mobility Theme Lead, Jillian Anable, gave the plenary keynote closing presentation at last week’s 51st Annual Universities’ Transport Study Group Conference.
CREDS researchers win CIBSE Napier Shaw Bronze Medal
Researchers from CREDS have won the Napier Shaw Bronze Medal, awarded by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) for the best research paper published in their journal.
CREDS at ECEEE Summer Study
Our latest blog, by CREDS Co-director Tina Fawcett, looks back at the involvement of CREDS at this year’s ECEEE Summer Study.
Exploring excess – the other end of the sufficiency debate
On Tuesday 4 June 2019 at the eceee Summer Study, Tim Chatterton and Jillian Anable held an informal workshop for the High Energy Consumers project.
CREDS Statement on EUED Technology Call 2
The EPSRC’s recent End Use Energy Demand Technology Call 2 refers to CREDS in a number of ways. This document sets out how we are responding to enquiries from potential bidders and our interpretation of the CREDS-related issues in the Call.