About our energy demand events
See below for a listing of events hosted by the six End Use Energy Demand Centres and key partners across a wide range of related topics.
The Centres run many academic, policy and industry stakeholder events both at their university campuses and external sites. The topics cover the technical, social and economic aspects of reducing demand.
A key aim of the centres is to engage as many people and sectors as possible in their work and contribute to the growing pool of knowledge around energy demand.
If you would like to discuss the possibility of our researchers contributing to your events please contact us.
Centre events pages
To access invidual centres events web pages please follow the links below:
The Centre for Industrial Energy, Materials and Products’ (CIEMAP) events page
The Centre for Sustainable Energy Use in Food Chains’ (CSEF) events page
The Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand’s (CIED) event calendar
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Storage, Transformation and Upgrading of Thermal Energy’s (i-STUTE) news and events page
The RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology’s (CEE) events page
Energy event reports
To browse a selection of our recent news items reporting on past End Use Energy Demand events see our event report category. This thread contains details of our researchers’ presentations at and hosting of events such as policy seminars, academic workshops, conference keynotes and industry stakeholder engagements.