UCL Energy Institute
Tadj has, for 34 years, undertaken energy and building research with a particular focus around the performance gap between theory and practice and the unintended consequences (health, comfort, etc.) of building energy efficiency. His first degree was in Applied Physics followed by a PhD in Solar Energy.
Tadj has been involved in over 200 research publications. He was invited to give evidence to the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee on Energy Efficiency, co-author two papers for the special issues of the Lancet on Energy and Health and prepare three papers for a State of Science Review for the Office of Science and Innovation. Tadj has provided research support for the development of the English and Welsh Building Regulations. He has presented at invited public and academic lectures at the Royal Society and the Royal Institution.
- Health & energy efficiency
- In-use energy performance certificates (EPCs)
- Comfort & control
- Demand Side Management (DSM) availability baseline
- Future building energy & power demand pathways
- Energy efficiency and resiliency for power supply
- Building decarbonisation transition pathways
- Consultation: Future Homes Standard – changes to Part L and Part F of the Building Regulations for new dwellings
- What do empirical findings reveal about modelled energy demand and energy ratings? Comparisons of gas consumption across the English residential sector
- Possible future impacts of elevated levels of atmospheric CO2 on human cognitive performance and on the design and operation of ventilation systems in buildings
- Caveats for policy development when combining energy ratings, national buildings energy models and empirical statistics
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