Students

  • W8UP3 Impact of data availability and model complexity on prediction of energy consumption in Camden schools

    Impact of data availability and model complexity on prediction of energy consumption in Camden schools Duncan Grassie, UCL Energy Institute Overview…

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  • W7LP7 – PhD project “Predicting overheating risk in UK homes”

    Predicting overheating risk in UK homes Matej Gustin, Loughborough University Introduction Overheating in UK homes is a recognised existing problem…

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  • W7LP6 – PhD project: Modelling of integrated community energy systems

    Modelling of integrated community energy systems Kostas Chasapis, Loughborough Summary The concept of collective actions to reduce, purchase, manage and…

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  • W7LP5 – PhD Project “Design and control of mixed-mode cooling and ventilation in low-energy residential buildings”

    Design and control of mixed-mode cooling and ventilation in low-energy residential buildings Charalampos Angelopoulos, 1st year PhD student at Loughborough…

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  • W7UP11 – Indoor Environmental Quality in Student Accommodation

    Indoor Environmental Quality in Student Accommodation Anthony Marsh, UCL Overview In order to reduce emissions the UK requires that all new…

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  • W7UP10 – Experienced Temperature and Health

    Experienced temperature and Health Harry Kennard, UCL Energy Institute Heating and hot water demand account for around 40% of total UK…

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  • W7UP9 Heat pumps for domestic heating: A techno-economic exploration of comparative advantages of individual scale versus district level.

    Heat pumps for domestic heating: A techno-economic exploration of comparative advantages of individual scale versus district level. Zack (Zhikun Wang),…

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  • W7UP8 How flexible is UK home heating demand?

    How flexible is UK home heating demand? Clare Hanmer, UCL Most future scenarios for decarbonising the UK energy system include…

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  • W7UP7 – Developing a dynamic model to estimate whole building heat loss which requires minimal input measurements

    Developing a dynamic model to estimate whole building heat loss which requires minimal input measurements Frances Hollick, UCL Energy Institute…

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  • W5UP11 What about demand-side response? Using behavioural economics to boost consumer switching rates to time-of-use electricity tariffs – evidence from field experiments

    What about demand-side response? Using behavioural economics to boost consumer switching rates to time-of-use electricity tariffs – evidence from field…

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