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Energy Transitions Research at the University of Cambridge

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About Energy Transitions @Cambridge

Energy Transitions@Cambridge is a University of Cambridge Interdisciplinary Research Centre, that brings together the activities of over 250 academics working in all aspects of energy-related research. 

Its aims are to:

  • Leverage the University of Cambridge’s expertise to tackle grand technical and intellectual challenges in energy transitions, integrating science, technology and policy research.
  • Work with industry, funding agencies, UK and foreign governments and other sponsors and benefactors to secure funding for research in energy transitions.
  • Develop strategic academic and industrial partnerships around the world.
  • Ensure that multidisciplinary, cross-university projects have support and backing from the University leadership and research community to maximise success and impact.

Energy Transitions@Cambridge is able to support research institutions, businesses, government departments and any other organisations interested in establishing an energy related research partnership or collaboration with the University of Cambridge.

The Centre is run by the Energy Transitions @Cambridge Team, with governance and support from the Steering Committee and Energy Leads. 

Energy@Cambridge Contacts

General enquiries energy [at] admin.cam.ac.uk

Dr Shafiq Ahmed, Interdisciplinary Research Centre Shafiq.Ahmed [at] admin.cam.ac.uk

Steering Committee

Click here for further information of the Steering Committee.

Energy Leads

Click here for the full list of energy leads. 

 

Other useful University of Cambridge contacts:

University of Cambridge department-based Knowledge Transfer Facilitators

Cambridge Enterprise

University of Cambridge Information for Business

University of Cambridge Strategic Research Initiatives and Networks

Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES)