This project is looking at how Compact Combination (CoCo) hybrid heating appliances could kickstart a rapid large-scale uptake of low carbon heating into the stock, providing flexibility, comfort, reliability, and familiarity for occupants.
This project uses thermal imaging as a behaviour change tool for informing, empowering, and engaging site supervisors to help them achieve zero defects in their buildings
This project looks at the impact of buildings’ energy efficiency, energy demand and internal temperatures on health and wellbeing.
This project is developing data analysis methods to create accurate EPCs in close to real time from smart meter data.
This project is developing a full national building stock model capable of evaluating the impact of energy saving measures.
This project looks at how buildings can be retrofitted to maximise the range of temperatures occupants find comfortable.
This project is developing baselines for the availability of DSM from individual properties.
This project looks at the impact of energy efficiency technologies on power demand, peak load and their implications for power system resilience.
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