DeViz (Defect visualisation via thermography)
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
Facilitating policy change for low carbon mobility
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.
Decarbonisation of coastal shipping
This study explores what are the most suitable geographic locations for early establishment of green and blue hydrogen and ammonia as marine fuels.
Review of existing modelling proposals for heat decarbonisation
This part of the project reviewed the available research on the modelling of heat decarbonisation.
Development of energy system models to improve treatment of energy system architecture
This part of the project looked at how different modelling approaches can be used and developed to assess different decarbonisation of heat architectures.
Evaluation of social, regulatory and governance implications of findings
This part of the project sought to provide earliest possible feedback on potential social and regulatory implications of proposals for heat from socio-technical and political-economic perspectives.
Synthesising an energy justice and vulnerability framework
We are developing a conceptual model that creates an analytical framework to be applied to future research.
Identifying poverty and vulnerabilities: who, where and why?
This aspect of our work is exploring the eventualities that render households vulnerable in energy and transport systems.
Visualising and mapping vulnerabilities
This part of the project will quantify, model and map vulnerabilities to poverty in energy and transport systems.
Designing pro-poor and ‘energy just’ policy mechanisms
We will explore policy implications based on results from Identifying poverty and vulnerabilities and Visualising and mapping vulnerabilities parts of the project.
Business models in the digital society
This project looks at ‘consumer-centric’ business models which allow users to purchase high-quality energy services.
ICT energy consumption evidence
This project examines the current state of knowledge of the impact of ICTs on energy consumption.
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