CREDS Transport & Mobility Theme Lead, Jillian Anable, gave the plenary keynote closing presentation at last week’s 51st Annual Universities’ Transport Study Group Conference.
Researchers from CREDS have won the Napier Shaw Bronze Medal, awarded by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) for the best research paper published in their journal.
Our first major cross-theme report proposes actions to strengthen and deliver the commitments in the Government’s Clean Growth Strategy.
The objectives of CREDS relate to energy use in the UK, but we are interested in learning from international experience. Therefore, we would like to invite international researchers, policy makers and business or industry people working in the field of energy demand to visit CREDS as visiting fellows or on secondment.
In this inaugural lecture, Jacopo Torriti presents research on the timing of electricity demand, peaks, people’s activities and demand-side flexibility.
A joint response by CREDS and UKERC to the BEIS consultation inviting ideas for promoting and delivering investment in energy efficiency schemes in small and medium sized enterprises.
House of Commons Select Committee on Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy call for evidence into the Government’s approach to delivering energy efficiency improvements to buildings
CREDS researcher, Dr Gesche Huebner, recently submitted an idea on the health implications of climate change to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee which was shortlisted for presentation at Westminster in front of the Committee.