New analysis shows that Department for Transport has quietly rolled back its ambition to introduce cleaner, more efficient road travel
Our new report, published today, shows a lowering of ambition from Department of Transport to reduce traffic demand and shift to lower carbon modes of travel.
CREDS response to the energy security announcement
CREDS response to the Government’s energy security announcement, Thursday 30 March, 2023.
Developing the next phase of energy demand research
Latest developments from the new energy demand centre, outlining the chosen themes and process for selecting researchers.
New research shows how ambitious energy efficiency targets could be applied to more sectors of the UK economy to accelerate energy independence and climate stability
Launched today, our CREDS research findings report analyses the research we’ve undertaken over the past four and a half years.
Call for Supervisors for the CREDS Interdisciplinary Energy Demand Studentships
A call for prospective supervisors of six fully-funded home student, doctoral studentships to supervise doctoral students on energy demand reduction topics.
Net zero policies can help tackle poverty and drive economic growth, says new report
New report, launched today with Green Alliance, argues that widening access to low carbon solutions is urgently needed to ensure the poorest households can afford to heat their homes.
UKRI announces the appointment of two new Energy Demand Research Champions
Dr Mari Martiskainen and Professor Sara Walker have been appointed as the next two Energy Demand Research Champions by UKRI.
The energy price crisis – issues for energy use
Our new policy briefing proposes a twin-track strategy for domestic energy use that will fairly address both affordability and security challenges.
Global need for cooling to overtake need for heating
New analysis shows that the need for cooling will overtake heating in the next decade.
Energy demand flexibility and the rhythms of everyday life
A new data visualisation tool provides user-friendly ways to explore how everyday activities impact energy demand.
New framework from CREDS shows UK can halve its energy demand by 2050
Our national modelling framework published in Nature Energy today shows that, in the UK, energy demand reduction is key to achieving net-zero by 2050 and requires positive social changes that will change the way we travel, consume, eat and how we heat our homes.
John Barrett receives OBE for services to Climate Change Assessment
John Barrett, of CREDS, receives an OBE for his services to Climate Change Assessment.
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