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Will McDowall appointed to take over as Course Director of UCL Energy Institute’s MSc Economics & Policy of Energy and Environment

Will McDowall appointed to take over as Course Director of UCL Energy Institute’s MSc Economics & Policy of Energy and Environment

27 February 2015

UCL-Energy Senior Researcher Will McDowall has been appointed to take over as Course Director of UCL Energy Institute’s MSc Economics & Policy of Energy and Environment. Will joined UCL in 2010, having previously ...
Second Round LoLo Recruitment is now open for 2015/16 with Studentships available

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

Smart Grid Article by Business Reporter Features Dr. Catalina Spataru

Smart Grid Article by Business Reporter Features Dr. Catalina Spataru

Dr. Catalina Spataru, now a Lecturer in Energy Systems and Networks at the UCL Energy Institute, was interviewed by Joanne Frearson  of Business Reporter for an article titled ‘Power grids must become integrated ...

UCL-Energy continues to explore new research for Cisco Future Cities Project

Over the past 20 months UCL Energy Institute’s research has focused on realizing the potential of Internet of Things and through the medium of ‘Connected Lighting’ delivering enhanced comfort alongside energy and ...

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UCL-Energy Seminar: 'Measuring and modelling urban microclimate,' Professor Janet Barlow, University of Reading

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'Measuring and modelling urban microclimate,' Professor Janet Barlow, University of Reading

10 March 2015

As most of the world’s population now lives in urban areas, understanding climate processes at the scale of individual buildings becomes ever more important. The microclimate experienced by a single building depends ...
UCL Energy Seminar: 'Financing Home Energy Efficiency: Lessons from the Green Deal and Needs for the Future' with Mark Bayley CEO of The Green Deal Finance Company and Petter Allison, commercial director

UCL Energy Seminar: 'Financing Home Energy Efficiency: Lessons from the Green Deal and Needs for the Future' with Mark Bayley CEO of The Green Deal Finance Company and Petter Allison, commercial director

24 March 2015

The Green Deal is a world first – linking in customers’ minds and in IT systems, the concept that home energy efficiency can be financed from future energy bill savings. Enabled by statute and ...