UCL Energy Institute
Paul is Professor of Energy and Building Performance at the UCL Energy Institute where he leads research in energy use in non-domestic buildings. An architect with 30 years’ experience in low energy and sustainable buildings he has worked in both academia and industry and always maintained an active involvement in applied research. His current research focuses on the energy performance gap in buildings and understanding energy use in buildings at the city and national scale in the UK, India and internationally.
Paul is the UK representative to, and vice chair of, the IEA Energy in Buildings and Communities (EBC) programme.
- Energy demand reduction options for meeting national zero-emission targets in the United Kingdom
- Introducing a performance-based policy Framework in large commercial and industrial buildings in England and Wales
- Health care’s response to climate change: a carbon footprint assessment of the NHS in England
- Building stock energy modelling in the UK: the 3DStock method and the London Building Stock Model
- Consultation: Future Homes Standard – changes to Part L and Part F of the Building Regulations for new dwellings
- Modelling London’s building stock and its associated energy use
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