At a whole centre meeting, the Flexibility team discussed the time and timing of energy demand, creating postcards to capture their ideas.
The SBE conference brought together researchers, built environment professionals, policy experts and government officials to focus on the transition of energy and low carbon policies into practice. Tina Fawcett reports.
Boris Johnson’s declaration about renewable energy included a fundamental error, one that is often made.
Mags Tingey and Jan Webb reflect on the UK Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee’s report – Clean Growth: Technologies for meeting the UK’s emissions reduction targets – and the significance of its recommendations for local action on clean energy.
End-use energy demand is a crucial research field that should deliver the most robust, transparent, and reproducible research – Gesche Huebner explores why our reproducibility isn’t as far advanced as other disciplines.
Sally Cairns and Jillian Anable reflect on a Westminster Media Forum policy conference on UK tourism, and the introduction to the next Commission on Travel Demand inquiry.
When CREDS Centre Manager, Clare Downing, last worked in energy efficiency the focus was on energy efficient technologies. She attended the ECEEE Summer Study in June to find out how things have changed.
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