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Energy Transitions Research at the University of Cambridge

 
Date: 
Wednesday, 27 January, 2021 - 13:15 to 15:00
Event location: 
Online

Speaker:Professor Philip Steadman, Bartlett School of Energy, Environment and Resources, University College London

Philip Steadman works primarily on the use of energy in buildings with special emphasis on the non-domestic stock, and has led three recent EPSRC-funded projects on this subject: Building and Energy Data Frameworks, New Empirically-Based Models of Energy Use in the Building Stock, and High-Rise Buildings, Energy and Density. This work has continued in the UCL Energy Institute's Centre for Energy Epidemiology and Centre for Research in Energy Demand Solutions.

In 2019 he developed with colleagues the London Building Stock Model, a digital model of all buildings in the metropolis and their use of energy, for the Greater London Authority. In the past he has worked on the relationship of energy use to patterns of land uses and transport networks in cities. He was a partner in the PROPOLIS project funded by the EC, whose purpose was to compare European cities in terms of their sustainability.

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This seminar is a part of the The Martin Centre Research Seminar Series.