Category Archives: New projects

PhD studentship now available: New cityscapes of micro-energy storage

We are pleased to announce this unique opportunity to work on a fully-funded trans-discplinary research project at the University of Manchester.

PhD studentship now available: New cityscapes of micro-energy storage

We are pleased to announce this unique opportunity to work on a fully-funded trans-discplinary research project at the University of Manchester.

Reporting that seeks to empower

We are delighted to bring a new guest post by Marylin Smith – the Executive Director of EnAct, a new global project focused on radically changing the manner in which knowledge on energy poverty is produced and disseminated.

Reporting that seeks to empower

We are delighted to bring a new guest post by Marylin Smith – the Executive Director of EnAct, a new global project focused on radically changing the manner in which knowledge on energy poverty is produced and disseminated.

CURE researchers helping to create smart city districts across Europe

CURE is proud to announce the launch of the €25 million Triangulum project. One of the principal investigators of the project, our colleague James Evans gives a brief summary of the project.

CURE researchers helping to create smart city districts across Europe

CURE is proud to announce the launch of the €25 million Triangulum project. One of the principal investigators of the project, our colleague James Evans gives a brief summary of the project.

Announcing a new project: Community Approaches to Retrofit in Manchester – CHARISMA

An estimated 75 to 80 per cent of the current housing stock in the UK will exist in 2050. There is growing recognition that extensive retrofit programmes are urgently needed to achieve significant long-term energy and carbon savings while simultaneously alleviating energy

Announcing a new project: Community Approaches to Retrofit in Manchester – CHARISMA

An estimated 75 to 80 per cent of the current housing stock in the UK will exist in 2050. There is growing recognition that extensive retrofit programmes are urgently needed to achieve significant long-term energy and carbon savings while simultaneously alleviating energy

CURE team starts work on the HOME project

Together with Future Climate, we recently received funding from the EAGA Charitable Trust for a new project titled Housing in Multiple Occupancy: Energy Issues and Policy (HOME). Among other goals, the project will aim to improve the limited understanding of energy vulnerability (structural drivers, norms and

CURE team starts work on the HOME project

Together with Future Climate, we recently received funding from the EAGA Charitable Trust for a new project titled Housing in Multiple Occupancy: Energy Issues and Policy (HOME). Among other goals, the project will aim to improve the limited understanding of energy vulnerability (structural drivers, norms and

Introducing … “Fuel poverty measurement in Europe: a pilot study”

Our latest guest post focuses on a new project funded by the Eaga Charitable Trust, and co-ordinated by Harriet Thomson and Dr Carolyn Snell at the University of York. Until April 2014, they will conduct a collaborative study of fuel poverty

Introducing … “Fuel poverty measurement in Europe: a pilot study”

Our latest guest post focuses on a new project funded by the Eaga Charitable Trust, and co-ordinated by Harriet Thomson and Dr Carolyn Snell at the University of York. Until April 2014, they will conduct a collaborative study of fuel poverty

New project: Energy vulnerability and alternative economies in Northern Greece

The 15th of July will see the start of the EVENT project (Energy vulnerability and alternative economies in Northern Greece), which aims to explore how experiences of domestic energy deprivation in this country are underpinned by the social and spatial infrastructures

New project: Energy vulnerability and alternative economies in Northern Greece

The 15th of July will see the start of the EVENT project (Energy vulnerability and alternative economies in Northern Greece), which aims to explore how experiences of domestic energy deprivation in this country are underpinned by the social and spatial infrastructures