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We are working with a number of academic and industry partners. We also have an external advisory board made up of key stakeholders in UK policy, business, academia and civil society who provide independent advice and guidance.

Academic partners

Industry partners

  • Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
  • Ofgem
  • Committee on Climate Change
  • Association for Decentralised Energy
  • Energy Systems Catapult
  • The Energy Saving Trust Ltd
  • EDF Energy Plc
  • PassivSystems Limited

Advisory Board

  • Dr Joanne Wade, Association for Decentralised Energy, Chair
  • Professor Harriett Bulkeley, Durham University
  • Dr Siobhan Campbell, Department for Transport
  • Dr Hywel Davies, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
  • Dr Sylvie Douzou, Electricité du France, R&D, Paris
  • Dr Steven Fawkes, EnergyPro
  • Ms Maxine Frerk, Independent
  • Mr Adrian Gault, Committee on Climate Change
  • Ms Sue Kearns, Scottish Government
  • Mr Richard Hall, Citizens Advice
  • Dr Mirabelle Muûls, Imperial College London
  • Dr Clemens Rohde, Fraunhofer Insitute for System Innovation Research, Karlsruhe
  • Mr Jon Saltmarsh, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • Ms Claire Dykta, National Grid

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Decarbonising local transport – help for local authorities

CREDS supported recent work with the Local Government Association (LGA) and DecarboN8 to help local councils in England plan their transport decarbonisation strategies. Seven briefing notes written for the LGA, on subjects from bus use to parking policies to setting achievable carbon goals, are designed to provide guidance, examples and recommendations on the best ways to reach net zero carbon.

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