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  1. Prof Paul Ruyssevelt talks to The Sunday Times about Energy…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/jun/prof-paul-ruyssevelt-talks-sunday-times-about-energy-performance-certificates-houses

    25 Jun 2019: UCL Energy Deputy Director Prof Paul Ruyssevelt was asked to comment on the impact of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) on the housing market for an article in the paper’s Home section.

    UCL Energy Deputy Director Prof Paul Ruyssevelt was asked to comment on the impact of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) on the housing market for an article in the paper’s Home section.

  2. Paper by UCL Energy PhD candidate suggests empty homes tax to tackle…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/feb/paper-ucl-energy-phd-candidate-suggests-empty-homes-tax-tackle-housing-crisis

    13 Feb 2019: The issues surrounding the availability of housing in the UK are given a new perspective in research published by Jonathan Bourne, currently studying for a PhD at the UCL Energy Institute.

    The issues surrounding the availability of housing in the UK are given a new perspective in research published by Jonathan Bourne, currently studying for a PhD at the UCL Energy Institute.

  3. UCL-Energy contributes to report 'Smart Systems and Heat Consumer…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2015/nov/ucl-energy-contributes-report-smart-systems-and-heat-consumer-challenges-low-carbon

    17 Nov 2015: UCL-Energy contributes to report 'Smart Systems and Heat Consumer challenges for low carbon heat'. 17 November 2015. Senior UCL-Energy academics Prof Tadj Oreszczyn, Prof Gary Raw, Dr Andy Stone and UCL IEDE academic Rokia Raslan were key

  4. More responsible mortgage lending could add value to energy efficient …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/sep/2015/more-responsible-mortgage-lending-could-add-value-energy-efficient-homes-says-study

    7 Sep 2015: More responsible mortgage lending could add value to energy efficient homes, says study. 7 September 2015. Energy efficient homes could increase in value if banks, building societies and other mortgage providers used more accurate estimates of

  5. Work continues on Longitudinal UK Energy Survey (LUKES) following an…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/jul/2015/work-continues-longitudinal-uk-energy-survey-lukes-following-initial-feasibility-study

    23 Jul 2015: Work continues on Longitudinal UK Energy Survey (LUKES) following an initial feasibility study. 23 July 2015. The Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE), in collaboration with the UCL Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy

  6. EnergyWise launches project to assess the impact of smart meters on…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/may/2015/energywise-launches-project-assess-impact-smart-meters-vulnerable-customers

    5 May 2015: EnergyWise launches project to assess the impact of smart meters on vulnerable customers. 5 May 2015. The EnergyWise LCNF Project has launched a pilot study to test participant recruitment rates. This project is the first to assess the impact of

  7. Smart Energy GB collaboration on consumer demand for time-of-use…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/jan/2015/smart-energy-gb-collaboration-consumer-demand-time-use-tariffs

    29 Jan 2015: Smart Energy GB collaboration on consumer demand for time-of-use tariffs. 29 January 2015. Researchers at the UCL Energy Institute have undertaken one of the first academic collaborations with Smart Energy GB, the organisation launched last year to

  8. Blog: Would you let your energy supplier turn off your heating? | UCL …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/dec/2014/blog-would-you-let-your-energy-supplier-turn-your-heating

    8 Dec 2014: Blog: Would you let your energy supplier turn off your heating? 8 December 2014. UCL-Energy PhD student Mike Fell has written for the UCL-Energy blog, giving the background to a recent co-authored paper which explores what people think about efforts

  9. Fair Pay for Fair Use? Social Challenges to Individual Heat Metering…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2014/jul/fair-pay-fair-use-social-challenges-individual-heat-metering

    17 Jul 2014: Current energy policies and popular opinion assume that paying for the heat you use to keep your home warm is entirely fair.

    Current energy policies and popular opinion assume that paying for the heat you use to keep your home warm is entirely fair.

  10. UCL-Energy staff publish 'The shape of warmth: temperature profiles…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/jul/2014/ucl-energy-staff-publish-shape-warmth-temperature-profiles-living-rooms

    8 Jul 2014: UCL-Energy staff publish 'The shape of warmth: temperature profiles in living rooms'. 8 July 2014. The most commonly used family of models in representing the UK building stock, BREDEM (the Building Research Establishment Domestic Energy Models),

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