Working with Centres projects

working with centresThe working with centres projects were funded in 2014 to add extra value to the work of the EUED centres by working with additional partners on related topics. They are based across the UK and cover a wide range of energy related topics inlcuding anaerobic digestion, energy survey data, transport poverty, rebound effects, domestic hot water, industrial heat storage, policy approaches and emplyment/welfare issues.

 

Data-Driven Methods for a New National Household Energy Survey

PI – Professor Nigel Goddard, University of Edinburgh (working with CEE Centre)

 

(t)ERES – Energy-related economic stress in the UK, at the interface between transport, housing and fuel poverty

PI – Professor Greg Marsden, University of Leeds (working with DEMAND Centre)

 

Energy Saving Innovations and Economy-Wide Rebound Effects

PI – Professor Karen Turner, University of Strathclyde (working with CIED Centre)

 

HOTHOUSE: Hot water provision in homes: Consumption, Storage and Lifestyle

PI – Dr Richard Buswell, Loughborough University (working with i-STUTE Centre)

 

IDRIST – Industrial Demand Reduction through Innovative Storage Technologies

PI – Professor Tony Roskilly, Newcastle University (working with i-STUTE Centre)

 

Opportunities and Barriers to Achieving Transitions in UK Energy and Materials Use – The Role of Publics, Society and Decision-Makers

PI – Professor Nick Pidgeon, Cardiff University (working with CIE-MAP Centre)

 

Redivivus – Recovery and re-use of energy, water and nutrients from waste in the food chain

PI – Professor Mike Theodorou, Harper Adams University (working with CSEF Centre)

 

REDish – Reframing Energy Demand: Innovation for Sustainable Heat

PI – Professor Jan Webb, University of Edinburgh (working with CIED Centre)

 

Welfare, Employment and Energy Demand: Examining Tensions and Opportunities in the Delivery of Demand Reduction

PI – Dr Catherine Butler, University of Exeter (working with DEMAND Centre)

 

 

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