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Join us: Three lecturer positions open at UCL-Energy and UCL ISR

Join us: Three lecturer positions open at UCL-Energy and UCL ISR

25 September 2014

The UCL Energy Institute and the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources are partner institutes with over 18 faculty, 50 research staff, 40 PhDs and 80 Masters students. With a research portfolio over £35m ...
Calling all business leaders – join the Mayor of London’s Business Energy Challenge

Calling all business leaders – join the Mayor of London’s Business Energy Challenge

19 September 2014

We are pleased to draw your attention to the launch of a new energy challenge which has been developed with the help of experts from UCL-Energy:
UCL researchers provide evidence for report on potential benefits that energy efficiency has on health

UCL researchers provide evidence for report on potential benefits that energy efficiency has on health

A recent IEA report ‘Capturing the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency’ has gathered together evidence on the multiple benefits of undertaking actions to improve energy efficiency.  Multiple benefits of energy efficiency expands the ...

Professors Bob Lowe and Neil Strachan appointed as new Directors of UCL Energy Institute

The UCL Energy Institute is now five years old,  during this period it has become a world leading centre for energy systems and energy demand research and postgraduate teaching. The success of the ...

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UCL-Energy seminar: 'Physics, Bayes, Bricks and Boilers: Energy in Buildings', Dr Cliff Elwell and Dr Phill Biddulph, UCL Energy Institute

UCL-Energy seminar: 'Physics, Bayes, Bricks and Boilers: Energy in Buildings', Dr Cliff Elwell and Dr Phill Biddulph, UCL Energy Institute

14 October 2014

Energy demand from the built environment is complex: factors including climate, technology performance, design, build quality, consumer behaviour and economics combine creating effects and counter effects to challenge researchers, policy makers and industry ...