Our Centres produce a range of publications from academic conference and journal papers to research briefings and policy advice to plain English summaries covering a wide range of energy demand and energy efficiency topics. For a quick overview of our work see the End Use Energy Demand Centres Leaflet.

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Visit the Research Councils Gateway to Research Database to browse publications by Centre. There is a wealth of academic publications publcations from the centres as well as further information on outcomes and dissemination work.

Research Summaries

Browse a selection of research summaries. Our centres are committed to providing accessible, plain English accounts of their often highly technical scientific work so that non-academic partners and colleagues can benefit from the work being done.

EUED Research Strategy

The EUED Research Strategy Document lays out the Centres’ suggestions for future research in the field. The current version, from May 2016 is being used to inform ongoing discussions among stakeholders and funders as to what the future direction of research should be in the energy demand field.


A collection of our researchers’ blog posts on energy research. These short blog posts cover a range of different areas within the field and often relate to current hot topics around energy demand.

Centre flyers

The Centres’ promotional summaries are collated here. These are our six Centres’ self-produced brief explanations of their work, themes and organisation.

Conversation Pieces

The Centres have contributed several articles to academic news website ‘The Conversation’ which have been collated here. The Conversation is an international website that prints journalistic news stories mainly written by academics from many different fields. Visit The Conversation.


Our monthly newsletters round up major highlights of work from across the centres. The newsletters offer a mixture of the latest research findings, events past and present, opportunities and any other major news coming out of the Centres.