Professor Jacopo Torriti’s inaugural lecture is available to watch now
In this inaugural lecture, Jacopo Torriti presents research on the timing of electricity demand, peaks, people’s activities and demand-side flexibility.
Energy efficiency schemes for small and medium sized businesses: consultation response
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.
Energy Demand Networking Hub
The first meeting of the Energy Demand Networking Hub, organised by CREDS, was held on 9 May 2019.
Call for evidence into the Government’s approach to delivering energy efficiency improvements to buildings
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
Health implications of climate change presented by CREDS researcher to the Science and Technology Committee
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.
Technologies for meeting Clean Growth emissions reduction targets inquiry: consultation response
CREDS submitted a response to the call for evidence sent out by The House of Commons Select Committee on Science & Technology on 21st December 2018. Read it here.
Energy Performance Certificates in buildings: consultation response
CREDS submitted a response to the call for evidence sent out by BEIS, “Energy Performance Certificates in buildings” on 19th October 2018. Read it here.
Energy Demand Funding Call
We are pleased to announce that we are looking to fund research proposals for two new ‘Energy Demand Challenges’. The UK Research and Innovation Energy Programme, primarily via EPSRC and ESRC, are funding our work as part of the second phase of a strategy to support the broad community of researchers and innovators in energy demand in the UK.
CREDS research is helping to plan London-wide energy efficiency re-furbishment
CREDS helps build a London Building Stock Model to help GLA plan for energy efficient refurbishment.
Efficient World Scenario and 3rd IEA Global Conference on Energy Efficiency
CREDS attended the IEA Global Conference on Energy Efficiency in Paris last week, a launch for the 2018 Energy Efficiency Market Report co-authored by CREDS researcher, Ian Hamilton.
End use energy demand research projects funding call
EPSRC is looking to fund research proposals concerning end use energy demand technology, investing an additional £10M in research projects aligned to, but not duplicating, the aims and objectives of CREDS.
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