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Energy Research at the University of Cambridge

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Research Themes

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.

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Grand Challenges

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.

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In Search Of 'Good' Energy Policy

In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy brings together faculty and researchers from across the University of Cambridge to create a truly interdisciplinary and collaborative programme

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In Search of 'Good' Energy Policy Seminar Series - Videos & Audio

The full Seminar Series' Videos and Audio are now available. Each seminar will address a case ranging from pipelines and nuclear energy to environmental regulation and market design.

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Video and Media Links

Energy related short videos, audio clips and media from the University of Cambridge.

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University Members

Connect with other Energy@Cambridge members, and receive our regular Newsletter.

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ATI Energy Summit videos

The Alan Turing Institute - Energy Summit panel discussion and Question and Answers session videos: Big Data and Measurement Panel, Energy Systems Panel and Energy Policy Panel.

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University at Cambridge at the World Economic Forum 2016

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge led a delegation of academics to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum 2016. Click here for the videos.

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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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About Us

Energy@Cambridge is a University-wide Strategic Research Initiative which links the activities of over 250 academics working in energy research, at all career levels and across 30 departments and faculties.   

Upcoming events

Energy Harvesting For Wireless Electronics

Mar 31, 2017

Cambridge Graphene Centre, 9 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 OFA, UK

Influence and the role of the expert

Apr 25, 2017

Seminar Room SG1, Alison Richard Building

Upcoming events