“How much electricity do heat pumps really use? When is hot water heated and are the lights kept on all day in winter?” These and other questions can now be answered thanks to the release of anonymised electricity power demand data from a sample of 45 New Zealand households.
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SERG’s Dr Ben Anderson recently gave an Otago Energy Research Centre seminar on the SAVE project results to date. He was also invited to give an interview to the University of Otago’s radio station, RadioOne 91FM (“Aotearoa’s southernmost student radio station!”). Interview: Seminar abstract: “Whilst overall reduction of energy demand is receiving increasing policy […]
SERG researchers presented on a range of fields at the 16th Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET) Conference 2017, held at the Alma Mater Studiorum at the University of Bologna. Topics presented included: Wind energy: Mikey Harper and Mostafa Mahdy Thermal comfort: Rucha Amin and Victoria Aragon Urban regeneration: Philip Turner Cities and carbon-reduction potential: Luke Blunden […]
Professor AbuBakr Bahaj gave a plenary talk entitled ‘Sustainable energy across scales’ in the opening session of the 16th Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET) 2017 conference held at the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna. Also presenting were Professor Patrick Osborne and SERG members Rucha Amin, Victoria Aragon, Luke Blunden, Mikey Harper, Mostafa Mahdy, Sam Paine […]
Solent Achieving Value from Efficiency (SAVE) project poster presented to the ‘Clean Carbon‘ USRG by SERG’s Dr Thomas Rushby, 10th May 2017 References list:  EA Technology. Future Load Growth from presentation titled ‘SAVE Project Customer & Network Model Meeting’. 17th February 2015  Newsham, Guy R., and Brent G. Bowker. ‘The Effect of Utility Time-Varying […]
SERG’s Dr Tom Rushby gave a summary of the SAVE project to members of the University’s ‘Clean Carbon‘ USRG on the 10th May 2017. The event, which featured a keynote from Prof. Jon Gibbins, Director of the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) on the state of CCS in the UK, consisted of […]
The Exploring the value of transactional energy consumption data project is part of the wider ESRC funded Administrative Data Research Centre for England (ADRC). Investigator: Dr Ben Anderson Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org The Administrative Data Research Centre for England (ADRC), which is lead by Professor Peter Smith of the Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, will enable information routinely […]