Is building-integrated energy storage a good idea?
Dr S R Allen
30 April 2019
Fossil-fuelled energy use represents around 80% of global greenhouse (GHG) emissions, a huge proportion of which is used to heat and power our buildings.
Blockchain Based Brokering of Electricity Supply Tariffs
Dr R Banach
Applications accepted all year round
Currently the process of supplying energy to households has led to a huge difference between the generated energy (wholesale) price and the final (retail) price for end users.
Engaging the hardest to reach in energy advice
Dr A Ambrose, Dr W Eadson
12 April 2019
Initiatives and services intended to support individuals and households with energy related problems (i.e. high bills, cold homes etc.) consistently fail to reach the most marginalised, vulnerable and low income households who stand to gain the most from such initiatives.
Localised energy generation and storage for EV fleet vehicle charging
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Centre (LSCM)
Dr E Ballantyne, Prof D Stone
17 June 2019
Continued population growth has lead to increased transport demands, to, from, and within urban areas. This has significantly impacted upon urban air quality, resulting in increased pressure to improve air quality and address sources of pollution from transport.
Financing the Climate Transition: The Role of Macroeconomic Policymakers
Dr D Comerford, Dr G Allen
31 March 2019
A three-year doctoral studentship is available for a highly motivated candidate who has a keen interest in exploring the role that macroeconomic policymakers can play in enabling the vast reallocation of capital needed to finance a zero-carbon economy.