Our research is collaborative, working with governments, public bodies, business and civil society, and is geared to co-development of knowledge and capacity building.
We advise Scottish and UK Governments on low carbon heat and energy efficiency strategies, as well as on aspects of climate change plans, fuel poverty, heat supply standards and customer protections.
We also work with leading edge local and regional governments, the Energy Systems Catapult Smart Systems and Heat team, the Sustainable Scotland Network, the UK Committee on Climate Change and the UK Energy Research Centre
Some of our recent activities include:
We are members of the UKERC research community through our Local Engagement in UK Energy Systems research. UKERC carries out world-class, interdisciplinary research into sustainable future energy systems.Read more
We are members of the CIED through our Reframing Energy Demand: Innovation for Sustainable Heat research. CIED sits at the forefront of research on the transition to a low carbon economy.Read more
Ruth Bush and Faye Wade are ClimateXChange postdoctoral fellows evaluating the pilot phase of the Energy Efficient Scotland Programme. ClimateXChange is Scotland's centre of expertise on climate change.Read more
We have worked with the Energy Tehnologies Institute since 2013, initially during a pilot and subsequently in our Local Engagement in UK Energy Systems research.
Within the Catapulte we work with the Commercial Insights team and the Smart Systems and Heat team. The Energy Systems Catapult is a leading technology and innovation centre.Read more
Energy Saving Trust Scotland are a partner in the evaluation of Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Pilot Programme.Read more
We work with the Heat Network Delivery Unit and Investment Project in BEIS in a variety of ways. Jan Webb is currently on the BEIS Steering Group on Heat Networks and Consumer Protection Research.Read more