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BSEER blogs for British Science Week

BSEER blogs for British Science Week

13 March 2015

British Science Week 2015 held a ten-day programme to celebrate British science, technology, engineering and maths. 
Parliament launch for UCL-Energy time of use tariff report

Parliament launch for UCL-Energy time of use tariff report

11 March 2015

A UCL-Energy report on consumer demand for time of use electricity tariffs was launched yesterday in Parliament. The event was chaired by Dan Byles MP, member of the Energy and Climate Chance Select ...
Role of shale gas in UK low-carbon transition should not be taken for granted, say experts

Role of shale gas in UK low-carbon transition should not be taken for granted, say experts

Academics from University College London and the University of Warwick will today publish an opinion piece based on research funded by the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) advising policymakers that, because of continuing ...

Collaboration between UCL-Energy Shipping Group and the Carbon War Room targets the small and large fuel/CO2 saving opportunities in shipping

UCL Energy Institute Shipping Group has collaborated with the Carbon War Room to produce the Self Financing Fuel Saving Mechanism (SFFSM) for shipping. The third party financing model brings innovative financing models used ...

Second Round LoLo Recruitment is now open for 2015/16 with Studentships available

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UCL-Energy Seminar: 'New frontiers in applying social and material perspectives to research on energy consumption and savings' with Professor Harold Wilhite University of Oslo's Centre for Development and Environment

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'New frontiers in applying social and material perspectives to research on energy consumption and savings' with Professor Harold Wilhite University of Oslo's Centre for Development and Environment

28 April 2015

Efforts to theorize and encourage reductions in energy consumption and carbon emissions suffer from overly simplistic models of change. Both theory and policy have most often focused on one of the following to ...