University College London Energy Institute

London, England, United Kingdom
The UCL Energy Institute delivers world-leading learning, research and policy support on the challenges of climate change and energy security. Our approach blends expertise from across UCL, to make a truly interdisciplinary contribution to the development of a globally sustainable energy system. We are part of The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment.

About

History

The UCL Energy Institute was officially launched on 29 June 2009, but our roots lie much further back in the university’s history.

Education

Our approach blends expertise from across UCL, to make a truly interdisciplinary contribution to the development of a globally sustainable energy system. Work alongside experienced researchers in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment and become one of the energy pioneers of tomorrow. The UCL Energy Institute is part of The Bartlett School of Environment Energy and Resources (BSEER).

Research

The UCL Energy Institute's core research focuses on four main areas: buildings, energy systems, transport, and Energy Space Time. UCL-Energy has its own core activity but also acts as an umbrella for energy-related research at UCL, bringing together leading researchers on different topics. At UCL-Energy we are developing different research themes, which while independent areas also interact, resulting in innovative approaches to energy-related problems

Research Themes

  • Buildings
  • Energy Systems
  • Transport
  • Energy Space Time

Master's Programmes

Engineering & Technology (2)
Environmental Studies & Earth Sciences (1)

London, England, United Kingdom