The Energy for Development Network aims to enable a step-change in collaborative research and project development, addressing the energy needs of rural communities in developing countries (primarily Africa) by providing off grid rural electrification.
This project aims to transform the engineering of cities to deliver global and societal wellbeing within the context of low carbon living and resource security through developing realistic and radical engineering that demonstrates the concept of an alternative future.
The International Journal of Marine Energy publishes original and high quality papers on fundamental and applied research, and case studies relevant to all forms of marine/ocean energy. Prof AbuBakr Bahaj is Editor-in-Chief.
The European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) series comprises international, technical and scientific conferences, focused on ocean renewable energy. Prof AbuBakr Bahaj is currently on the Secretariat of the Executive Committee.
A three year project between 2010-2013 to apply novel artificial intelligence approaches to develop intelligent agents that will enable domestic consumers to visualise, understand and manage their energy use.
This is a four-year study to assess the impact of community greening groups on a roll-out of insulation upgrades in privately owned housing.
A joint initiative with UCL, Arup and Imperial College, this builds research networks in the fields of sustainable urban design and planning, with academia, companies and local government in China.
The group’s Fp7 project on low head hydro-power finished in February 2013.
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