CSEF i-ThERM October workshop

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The Centre for Sustainable Energy Use in Food Chains (CSEF) will run a one day workshop on 24th October entitled Industrial Thermal Energy Recovery, Conversion and Management (i-ThERM). The free event will be held at CSEF’s Brunel University site. Presentations will focus on heat recovery and conversion from high and […]

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CCC’s Adrian Gault to speak at DEMAND event

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The Chief Economist at the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) will be at the DEMAND Centre HQ on 17th May. In a presentation entitled ‘Meeting carbon budgets in the UK – the role of demand’ Gault will look at the baseline demand projections used by the Committee and how demand […]

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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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Commission on Travel Demand launch

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7th March will see the official launch of the Commission on Travel Demand with an event at the University of Leeds Institute for Transport Studies (ITS). The Commission – led by Professor Greg Marsden – is an independent group which forms part of the EUED DEMAND Centre. The group aim […]

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Gaining Business Advantage from 20-20-20 Targets

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International business briefing to be hosted by the i-STUTE SIRACH network in collaboration with the International Refrigeration Committee (IRC) on 2nd March in London. The EUED’s interdisciplinary Centre for Storage, Transformation and Upgrading of Thermal Energy (i-STUTE)’s SIRACH network will co-host an event focussing on the business opportunities afforded by […]

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Energy and the Economy event

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The Strathclyde Centre for Energy Policy is running an international workshop entitled ‘Energy and the Economy: Pushing the Boundaries’ in London on 2nd February. The event is organised by the EUED Working with Centres project ‘Energy Saving innovation and economy wide rebound effects’ led by Professor Karen Turner at the University […]

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Smart technology vs smarter people?

Guiseppe Salvia of Politecnico di Milano gives a DEMAND Centre seminar on 14th December, available on Livestream. Dr Salvia will talk about the way in which smart technology such as driverless vehicles and automatic heating controls can take away the ability from humans to make intelligent choices about the conditions […]

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CIE-MAP research informs government industrial strategy

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October 27th saw the CIEMAP Centre’s Prof John Barrett take a lead role in an event which brought together industry, trade associations, academics and policy stakeholders to feed into BEIS’s industrial strategy.   This event – held at the BEIS conference centre – aimed to highlight the necessity of building […]

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PLATE seminar 6th December

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Registration open for the Product Lifetimes and the Environment Seminar on December 6th at Nottingham Trent University. Hosted by members of the EUED CIEMAP team, the event offers the chance to find out about new developments in policy and practice on product lifetimes, planned obsolescence, reuse and repair. Delegates will […]

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Thermal Storage in Smart Energy Systems

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Booking is now open for the next SIRACH event, to be held at the International Energy Research Centre in Cork, Republic of Ireland on 23rd November. The Sustainable Innovation in Refrigeration Air Conditioning and Heat pumps (SIRACH) Network will be holding its next networking meeting at the International Energy Research […]

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Product Lifetimes And The Environment seminar

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PLATE seminar to be held at Nottingham Trent University on 15th September, organised in association with the CIE-MAP Centre’s Nottingham based research team. Following on from the success of the PLATE conference held in June 2015, this seminar offers the opportunity to find out about the latest developments in policy […]

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New Exergy Economics Materials

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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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Free event: 1st Energy Feedback Symposium

TEDDINET are seeking contributions for the 1st ever Energy Feedback Symposium to be held on 4-5th July at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. Energy feedback, the provision of energy-consumption information to  energy-users, forms a core component of many initiatives that aspire  to shift or reduce energy demand.  It features […]

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Free event: Sustainable Thermal Energy Technologies

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Sustainable Thermal Energy Technologies for the Future, Warwick, Weds 13th April 2016 This event will be hosted by the i-STUTE centre at the University of Warwick, with keynote contributions from DECC, the Industrial and Commercial Energy Association (ICOM), the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC), British Gas, Baxi, National Grid […]

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Free event: Data Management workshop

TEDDINET / DM4T Data Management workshop, 2nd- 3rd March 2016, Bath The purpose of this workshop is to bring together representatives of TEDDINET projects – and any other interested parties – to collect and disseminate practice and experience on data management, with a particular focus on the needs and issues […]

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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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Researchers talk technology innovation with Daikin

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20th January saw the i-STUTE centre’s SIRACH Network visit the Daikin Training Centre in Woking for a research meets industry day to discuss alternative technologies that could revolutionise the heating and cooling markets. See the SIRACH (Sustainable Innovation in Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat) Network website for full details More […]

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