Researchers from the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (OISD) and the Department of Psychology, Oxford Brookes University presented their research findings at a workshop focusing on 'Energy Demand Management' as part of EPSRC's 'Pathways to Impact' series.
The event, held on 20 June at RIBA London, attracted leading academics from both Oxford and Oxford Brookes Universities, as well as representatives from key government departments, including DECC, Treasury and the Cabinet Office. The expert workshop explored possible measures to reduce and manage energy demand and was designed to exchange views on ideas currently under discussion and stimulate further work on issues with which policy makers are confronted.
The event was hosted by Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, Director of Energy Research, Oxford University, and Professor Sir David King, Director of the Smith School for Enterprise and Environment, Oxford University.
The workshop is the latest example of collaboration between OISD and Oxford University.
The presentations from the Oxford Brookes researchers are available online at the links below.
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20 June 2011
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