Old for new? Mapping skills and communication networks for local traditional and off-site modular building energy retrofit
This project uses Social Network Analysis to map the skills and communication networks of supply chain actors recruited into local traditional and off-site modular building retrofitting strategies.
This project aims to inspire greater research and policy interest in clothing and greater recognition of its potential significance in the transition to low-carbon heating.
This project uses interpretive network and problem analysis to identify the role multilevel governance plays in influencing local level policy responses towards low carbon mobility.
This CREDS project is investigating how digitisation would optimise the vehicle-to-grid (V2G) process in conjunction with distribution grid constraints, the availability of local renewable energy resources and customers’ preferences.
This part of the project reviews the available research on the modelling of heat decarbonisation.
This part of the project looks at how different modelling approaches can be used and developed to assess different decarbonisation of heat architectures.
This part of the project seeks to provide earliest possible feedback on potential social and regulatory implications of proposals for heat from socio-technical and political-economic perspectives.
We are developing a conceptual model that creates an analytical framework to be applied to future research.
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