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Energy Demand Pathways: What does the future hold for the built environment...

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UCL Institute of Education

Nunn Hall

20 Bedford Way

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Following last year’s conference “Energy in an Age of Uncertainty”, this year’s conference looks to the future and what challenges, opportunities and possibilities await. How will we be using energy in the years to come? How will the future built environment perform? What are the impacts of the myriad pathways in front of us?
The conference will bring together some of the world’s best research students and early-career researchers in the field of energy demand and aims to set the scene for the future research landscape that we will all be working in.

Alongside abstracts for 10 minute presentations, we welcome submissions for the conference poster session. Furthermore, we welcome general attendance for those wishing to engage with questions surrounding energy research.

Submission and attendance is free and includes lunch and drinks reception. Prizes will be given for the best poster and best presentation.

Topics under focus in the conference will include:

  • Energy demand

  • Energy networks and system management

  • Energy modelling

  • Energy policy and planning

  • Energy and the built environment

Research from a wide variety of backgrounds and using a variety of methodologies to investigate these topics will be welcome, including both engineering and social scientific approaches. Specific attention will be paid to work featuring surprising results or avenues for future research.

Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and be submitted to loloconference@gmail.com by 15th April 2018, stating whether you wish to give a presentation or exhibit a poster.

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