Energy and Climate Change Division
The Energy and Climate Change Division is part of the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton. It comprises the Sustainable Energy Research Group (SERG) and the Coastal and Climate Research Group. Our work supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with fundamental and applied research across our six research themes.
In a new ECCD/CREDS blog post, Ben Anderson and Tom Rushby ask ‘Who needs flexibility anyway?’ in response to ongoing research on price-driven consumer flexibility in the electricity sector.
The Leader of Southampton City Council, Councillor Daniel Fitzhenry will welcome the International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC 2021) delegates and provide a talk entitled Southampton, a City of opportunity.
The International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC 2021) being held at Southampton Mayflower MAST Studios from 22-24 September is now listed as one of the UN Climate Change Conference COP 26-related events.
The Energy and Climate Change Division will be hosting this year’s PRIMaRE Summer School, experimental testing to quantify the performance of tidal turbines, in person at Boldrewood Innovation Campus, Southampton, UK from 13-17 September 2021.
With the easing of England’s COVID-19 restrictions the Organising Committee are pleased to announce that the International Conference on Evolving Cities, ICEC 2021, will be held in Southampton’s Mayflower MAST Studios and John Hansard Gallery (JHG) from 22nd to 24th September 2021.
Selected papers from the International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC 2021) will be published in special issues in the following Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Journals.
ECCD are editing a special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073) for Selected Papers from International Conference on Evolving Cities 2021. The issue is calling for papers that cover pertinent research and development in cities, with particular focus on the built environment, ecology and the quality of life of citizens within and around the cities.
This article provides a brief outline on the issue of delivering electricity access and provides some options on how this gap can be addressed through research and development embedded in evidence and exemplar projects.
The Energy and Climate Change Division will be hosting this year’s PRIMaRE Summer School, in person at Boldrewood Innovation Campus, Southampton, UK from 13-17 September 2021.