Energy research in Cambridge is distributed across many disciplines and covers supply, conversion and demand, including socio-economic, technology, policy and materials-based cross-cutting themes at the University.
Energy@Cambridge Grand Challenges focus on developing and delivering new large-scale collaborative activities, facilities, centres and research directions to focus on future energy challenges where we can make an enduring impact.
The Alan Turing Institute - Energy Summit panel discussion and Question and Answers session videos are now available. These include: Big Data and Measurement Panel, Energy Systems Panel and Energy Policy Panel.
We are able to support research institutions, businesses, government departments and any other organisations interested in establishing an energy related research collaboration with the University of Cambridge.
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