University of Leeds
Tim Cockerill is Professor of Efficient Energy Utilisation, a joint appointment between the Schools of Mechanical Engineering and Chemical & Process Engineering. He joined the University in July 2013.
His core research develops integrated models of energy technologies with the objective of informing both technology development and policy decisions. Key current interests include exploring operational strategies for energy storage that maximise emissions benefits; design optimisation of energy systems against multiple criteria (especially hydrogen, wind & ccs); and using lifecycle analysis for engineering & process design.
Tim is a co-lead of Energy Leeds, the University’s interdisciplinary energy research theme. He also has a commitment to cross-disciplinary masters-level education in energy.
- Reducing industrial hydrogen demand through preheating with very high temperature heat pumps
- Energy system requirements of fossil-free steelmaking using hydrogen direct reduction
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