UCL-Energy has links with most of the main companies interested in energy research, including the major energy suppliers, component and product manufactures.
We have developed partnerships with industry involving advice and joint research, including £1 million of industrial funding.
Our partnerships with industry are bespoke, and different models can be explored.
UCL Advances offers training, networking opportunities and support to businesses, as well as to staff and students at UCL.
International collaboration network
UCL-Energy is part of an extensive international network collaborating with the following countries:
- Germany, Canada and Japan: buildings energy use
- the EU and the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency: low-energy scenarios
- the USA, including the University of California and the US Department of Energy at Berkeley: the 'low carbon technologies valley'
- Australia and Taiwan: industrial processes
- China: three EPSRC-funded networks into sustainability, two of which UCL leads
- Thailand and New Zealand: memoranda of understanding are currently being signed with Chulalongkorn University and the Building Research Association covering the field of demand energy reduction
- France: establishing close working links with the European Centre and Laboratories for Energy Efficiency Research
UCL-Energy belongs to the following national and international networks:
- The International Energy Agency's ETSAP network (Energy Technology Systems Analysis Programme)
- OSeMOSYS (Open Source Energy Systems model consortium)
- UKERC – UK Energy Research Centre, E2B
Our staff are members of:
- Good Homes Alliance
- The Existing Homes Alliance
- UK Green Building Council
- Barratt Homes
- BLP Insurance
- Carbon Trust
- China Academy of Building Research
- Global Green Growth Institute - Korea
- Homes and Communities Agency
- Johnson's Controls
- Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
- Knauf UK
- Lloyd's Register
- PLP Architecture
- SERAUS (UCL School of Energy and Resources, Australia)
- University of Wollongong
- Zero Carbon Hub