ECCD Associate Professor, Stephanie Gauthier, selected to receive the 2022 Best Paper Award from journal Building and Environment for her paper ‘Quality criteria for multi-domain studies in the indoor environment: Critical review towards research guidelines and recommendations’.
An ECCD paper which assessed the deployment of PV technology from industrial buildings in Bangladesh, and found that around 7.4 GWp of PV capacity could be achieved has, according to the journal Energies MDPI, generated a lot of interest since its publication, with results likely to influence renewable energy policy.
BBC Future Planet article ‘The floating solar panels that track the Sun’ references recent 2021 ECCD paper, ‘Floating solar PV to reduce water evaporation in water stressed regions and powering water pumping: Case study Jordan’.
The Energy and Climate Change Division exhibited at The Big Sustainability Expo (Southampton) 2022 held at St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton on Thursday 22nd September.
ECCD, in partnership with the London Metropolitan University and the University of Westminster, hosted the 11th People and Buildings Masters Conference, taking place at the Hogg Lecture Theatre, University of Westminster, London on September 16 from 10:00-18:00.
Applications are now open for a PhD studentship in building physics for low carbon comfort using Artificial Intelligence