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Join Us: BSEER Senior Research and Contracts Administrator

Join Us: BSEER Senior Research and Contracts Administrator

26 January 2015

The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources requires senior level support for its research, contracts and consultancy activity. Working closely with the School Management team, the post holder will contribute to the ...
RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE) Energy Demand Data Survey

RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE) Energy Demand Data Survey

The RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE) is conducting a survey about data in the energy demand sector. 
The ‘3DStock’ model

The ‘3DStock’ model

A team at UCL-Energy has been developing a new kind of 3D model of the UK non-domestic building stock. The model’s purpose is to assess energy use in buildings, and study conservation ...
Paul Ekins, UCL ISR Director and Professor at UCL-Energy receives OBE in 2015 New Year's Honours List

Paul Ekins, UCL ISR Director and Professor at UCL-Energy receives OBE in 2015 New Year's Honours List

Professor Paul Ekins, Director of UCL ISR and Professor of Energy and Environment Policy at the UCL Energy Institute, has been awarded an OBE in the 2015 New Year’s Honours list for ...

UCL Energy Institute continues to grow in 2014

The UCL Energy Institute (UCL-Energy) continued to grow its international reputation in 2014 with further successes in teaching, research and its partnerships.

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UCL-Energy seminar: 'How come the lights don't go out more often?', Professor Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Smart Grids, University of Strathclyde

UCL-Energy seminar: 'How come the lights don't go out more often?', Professor Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Smart Grids, University of Strathclyde

27 January 2015

An electric power system is widely recognised as one of the most complex single engineering entities ever built, yet its safe and reliable performance is crucial to modern, industrialised society. Its operation depends ...
UCL-Energy seminar: 'A journey through 300 years of gas in the UK: learning from the past and planning for the future', Paul Dodds, Lecturer, UCL Energy Institute

UCL-Energy seminar: 'A journey through 300 years of gas in the UK: learning from the past and planning for the future', Paul Dodds, Lecturer, UCL Energy Institute

10 February 2015

Two hundred years ago, an energy revolution was gathering momentum, as gas networks were constructed across the UK to supply low-cost public and private lighting. Gas has had an important role in the ...
Careers in Energy 2015

Careers in Energy 2015

10 February 2015

Forming part of UCL's "Get into the Environment Sector Themed Week” to be held in February 2015, the UCL Energy Institute and UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources will be holding our third ...