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Energy@Cambridge Survey on Energy Transition Research

Energy@Cambridge is seeking to identify energy research activities at the University of Cambridge that actively focus on the Energy Transition defined, in this instance, as achieving net zero carbon in the UK by 2050 as proposed by the Committee on Climate Change.

We are asking academic staff and postdoctoral researchers who contribute to the energy activities, which will be used to develop a map of key Energy Transition research activities at the University of Cambridge, and identify the research groups contributing to these activities, with a view to redefining the current key research themes of Energy@Cambridge.

Please follow the link to the survey here "Energy@Cambridge – Energy Transition Survey" 

Please SUBMIT your responses by Monday the 15th of July 2019.


In September 2019, Energy@Cambridge will hold a town meeting to share the results of the survey with University staff and to discuss potential priorities and future activities of the IRC. In addition, the information submitted in the survey will be used to develop new web content for the Energy@Cambridge webpages. 

The data on Energy Transition research will also will be shared with the University of Cambridge Carbon Neutral Futures Initiative, which is likely to be launched in the next academic year, to allow the new Initiative to identify which Energy Transition research activities are potentially relevant to its activities. The Cambridge Carbon Neutral Futures Initiative is also intending to organise town meetings for members of the University.

About Us

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