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Join us: KTP Associate: Residential Atmospheric Moisture Diagnostics

Join us: KTP Associate: Residential Atmospheric Moisture Diagnostics

26 September 2016

The UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering (IEDE) is located within The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER). UCL IEDE pursues a deeper understanding of the part played by choices ...
Hinkley Point to be obsolete within a decade, UCL analysis suggests

Hinkley Point to be obsolete within a decade, UCL analysis suggests

The planned Hinkley Point C nuclear plant will be outpaced by cheaper, lower-carbon energy sources that will render it largely obsolete within a decade of opening, new University College London analysis published today ...

The UCL Energy and Development Group launches as a UCL interdepartmental initiative

In 2015, a number of UCL academics working on energy access challenges in the global South began meeting informally to discuss common research interests.  As a result of these discussions the UCL Energy ...

Members of UCL Energy Institute pay tribute to Dr Gill Owen

Members of UCL Energy Institute pay tribute to Dr Gill Owen, Senior Teaching Fellow, Engineering Science at UCL Australia and former visiting researcher at UCL-Energy who passed away 27 August. 

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UCL-Energy Seminar: Rethinking national and global energy security with Dr Benjamin Sovacool, University of Sussex

UCL-Energy Seminar: Rethinking national and global energy security with Dr Benjamin Sovacool, University of Sussex

04 October 2016

Many studies rely on incomplete or inconsistent definitions of energy security, centered on technical and economic aspects such as security of fossil fuel supply or end-user prices but not social and political elements ...
London - Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand Annual Colloquium – a showcase of our research

London - Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand Annual Colloquium – a showcase of our research

17 November 2016

Join us at the next London - Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand (LoLo) Annual Colloquium on the 17 November 2016. Our students are among the brightest in the field, the energy ...