The National Building Database (NBD): a step change in understanding the energy performance of buildings in GB
CREDS researchers are involved in development of the National Building Database (NBD), a unique evidence base to understand buildings and their energy consumption.
Why any government serious about achieving net-zero needs to focus more on electrically assisted bikes
DfT’s Zero emission vehicle mandate focuses on cars and vans, missing out on the potential benefits of e-bikes.
The EDI cube: A tool for project design, evaluation and teaching
Equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is an important determinant of who does what work, and how. Our tool helps you to open up conversations with your peers.
Taking the heat out of thermal defects in buildings
The DeViz Project highlights how identification of thermal defects during construction can assist early rectification and professional understanding of thermal performance.
Tackling climate anxiety
Climate anxiety takes many forms, as discovered in a stakeholder engagement workshop.
Supporting researchers, supporting research: Reflections on the CREDS ECR Flexible Fund Call
Janine Morley reflects on the pivotal difference the CREDS funding has made to her career.
Towards a demand flexibility certificate
The Flexibility team has developed a certification framework to assess the Demand Flexibility potential of individual buildings.
Evaluation of hybrid events in CREDS 2023
Our analysis of attendee data from two in-person events highlights how valuable hybrid events are for different audiences.
Rishi Sunak’s watering down of net-zero policies in the name of equality and fairness will not help to create a better UK
Gesche Huebner argues that the PM’s revised policies are effectively “equality washing”.
Pros and cons of future large-scale electricity storage options
A new report by The Royal Society details the costs, advantages, disadvantages and technological readiness of large-scale electricity storage options.
Six ways to increase your impact during a research presentation
It’s not difficult to deliver a powerful, memorable and persuasive presentation with just a little extra effort and a different way of thinking.
How to write blogs to communicate your research findings
Blogs provide an engaging entry route for people to find out more about your research – find out how to make a start