EUED Centres at All Energy 2017

all energy

The EUED Centres were well represented at the All Energy 2017 conference in Glasgow with colleagues from across the Centres engaging with delegates on the exhibition stand. The EUED Centres formed part of a RCUK exhibition stand that also featured several exhibitors from the Supergen programme. The event was an […]

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EUED Centres at ERSS

The 1st International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science (ERSS) was held from 2-5th April in Sitges, Spain with numerous EUED Centre inputs. The conference was co-chaired by Professor Benjamin K Sovacool, Director of the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) and also Editor of the Elsevier Energy […]

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Understanding Energy Demand – EPSRC guest blog

understanding energy

EUED Centres Coordinator James O’Toole contributes a guest blog to the EPSRC website describing the work of the Centres. The post offers a brief overview of the work the Centres are carrying out towards the overall goal of reducing energy demand in the UK.  Read the blog on the EPSRC […]

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EUED Centres featured in E&T Magazine


An article about the work of the End Use Energy Demand Centres features in ‘Energy System Insights’ a supplement of Engineering and Technology (E&T) Magazine, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).  Entitled ‘People and Energy’ the article gives a snapshot of work from each of the six EUED Centres, […]

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New Exergy Economics Materials

Sussex University

The Second International Workshop on Exergy Economics was held at the University of Sussex from 13-15th July, supported by the CIED and CIE-MAP Centres. Presentations are now available to download. Exergy is the ‘useful’ part of energy that is ‘available to do work’. When we expend ‘high quality’ energy (e.g. […]

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SIRACH gathering features four EUED Centres

SIRACH meeting

Representatives of the CEE, CSEF, DEMAND and I-STUTE centres contributed to the SIRACH networking meeting on 20th April. Entitled ‘Energy reduction and sustainability in the food chain’ the event was hosted by the CSEF Centre at Brunel University and led by Graeme Maidment and Judith Evans of i-STUTE. More details […]

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RCUK India Energy Demand workshop, New Delhi

India RCUK workshop

The CEE Centre’s Tadj Oreszczyn, i-STUTE’s Bob Critoph and CSEF’s Savvas Tassou were in India this week for a meeting set up by Research Councils UK India and India’s Department of Science and Technology (DST). The purpose of the workshop (held in New Delhi on 22nd April) was to discuss […]

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April Sirach event features EUED Centres

The i-STUTE Centre’s SIRACH network meeting on energy reduction and sustainability on 20th April will feature input from the CSEF, DEMAND and CEE Centres. The meeting – 20th April – will be held at the Centre for Sustainable Energy use in Food Chains (CSEF) at Brunel University. The event will […]

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Realising Transition Pathways Event

A small number of places are still available for the EPSRC funded  “Realising Transition Pathways: Whole systems analysis for a UK more electric low carbon energy future” consortium final dissemination event. The conference (26th February in London) will bring together a panel of leading UK energy figures to lead a […]

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Report from EUED Cross-Centre Transport Day

22 people gathered from across three EUED Centres in Leeds on Friday 6th November to discuss the theme of change and how this was being understood conceptually and methodologically across the different centres. Professor Greg Marsden of the University of Leeds and the EUED Demand Centre summarises the day here: EUED […]

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