The Flexibility team were joined in an online reading room by a panel of international guests to discuss a new article, Conceptualising flexibility.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Solar Opportunity Map which shows the energy potentially available on all roofs and areas of open land for the whole of the capital out to the M25 motorway.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the London Building Stock Model which provides detailed data on every separate domestic and non-domestic building in the 33 Boroughs of Greater London.
We support the proposed policy change of bringing forward the end to the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans from 2040 to 2035 or, earlier.
New report from CREDS and Aether explores whether the existing data on industrial energy use and emissions can meet the challenges associated with the UK’s ambition to be net zero by 2050.
Projects from the 2019 Call were selected at a decision-making panel in March 2020. We’re delighted to announce the successful projects!
CREDS welcomes the interim briefing from the Citizens’ Assembly UK – “Covid-19, recovery and the path to net zero”.
A new paper by CREDS researchers on the 3DStock method aims to provide the tools for central and local decision makers and stakeholders to plan the future development of the built environment to reduce energy and power demands and deliver low carbon outcomes.
A new study highlights the most effective ways to cut our carbon footprint, results that will help inform government decisions as it plans recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Electrically-assisted bikes (e-bikes) could slash carbon dioxide emissions from transport, and offer workers a safe and sustainable route back to the office and factory.
CREDS researcher Michael Fell and UCL colleague Alexandra Schneiders reflect on their experience of developing an energy board game.
A mass move to working-from-home accelerated by the Coronavirus pandemic might not be as beneficial to the planet as many hope, according to a new study.
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