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The future of energy?

Three academics look at wind power, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and material efficiency in this film: The Future of Energy?

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DECC Wetland Biomass to Bioenergy Demonstration

Jan 14, 2015

Discovery Centre, R S P B, Suffolk, IP17 3BY

Sustainable cities: Looking to the future

Jan 14, 2015

The McGrath Centre, St Catharine's College

Guardian Big Energy Debate closing reception

Jan 21, 2015

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1 Birdcage Walk, Westminster, SW1H 9JJ

Developing low carbon supply network: an Influence-Measurement-Improvement Framework

Feb 13, 2015

Seminar Room 3, IfM, 17 Charles Babbage Road

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About Us

Energy@Cambridge is a University-wide Strategic Research Initiative which links the activities of around 300 academics working in energy research, at all career levels and across 24 departments and faculties.   

Membership is open to researchers at the University of Cambridge who are actively engaged in energy-related research. Members receive a regular newsletter with information about relevant news, events and opportunities both within the University and beyond.  Click here to join us now.

Our research is distributed across many disciplines, covering issues related to supply, conversion and demand, as well as socio-economic, technology and materials-based cross-cutting themes. You can find out more about these in the Research Themes section, as well as about our Grand Challenges.

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Energy@Cambridge at a glance

Click on the picture to download a quick summary of the research themes and aims of the Energy Initiative.