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wholeSEM’s UK TIMES model used by DECC to set ambitious new fifth carbon budget with a target to reduce emissions 57% by early 2030

wholeSEM’s UK TIMES model used by DECC to set ambitious new fifth carbon budget with a target to reduce emissions 57% by early 2030

30 June 2016

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), in agreement with the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), have announced an ambitious new carbon budget proposing that the fifth budgetary period covering 2028 to ...
UK vote to leave EU: UCL statement

UK vote to leave EU: UCL statement

UCL President & Provost, Professor Michael Arthur: The outcome of the referendum is now known. While UCL did not take a formal position during the referendum campaign, I have given my personal view and ...

Congratulations to UCL-Energy Dr David Shipworth and Dr Mark Barrett in promotion to Professor

UCL-Energy is delighted to announce the promotion of Dr David Shipworth and Dr Mark Barrett to the role of Professor within the Faculty of the Built Environment. 

“EU Referendum: Environmental & climate change consequences for the built environment” UCL-Energy & The Edge hold expert panel discussion

A panel of 6 research and professional experts convened by the Edge and the UCL Energy Institute presented factual evidence on how EU membership affects the UK's built environment and what the ...

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Joint UCL-Energy and Building, Research and Information event: 'Building governance and climate change: fresh thinking’

Joint UCL-Energy and Building, Research and Information event: 'Building governance and climate change: fresh thinking’

14 July 2016

The head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Dr Fatih Birol recently said: "This [improved building regulation] would be the single most important step [in combating climate change] I want governments to take ...
UCL-Energy seminars second term 2015/2016 round up

UCL-Energy seminars second term 2015/2016 round up

15 July - 26 August 2016

The 2015/2016 academic year finished up with a great series of events at UCL-Energy Institute. Thank you to all of our speakers, we have enjoyed hosting you this term. UCL-Energy Seminars will ...