Evaluation of the UK Government’s Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme-
Multiple research approaches to empirically determining the performance of domestic heat pumps in the largest European field trial to date (699 dwellings in total).
Smart Energy Research Lab (SERL)-
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) have funded a 5 year project to develop a Smart Meter Research Portal (SMRP) to provide vital access to energy data for the UK research community.
Developing socio-technical approach and methods in metrology-
“Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts” Albert Einstein
CEE Metrology Research-
CEE has its own dedicated house to test and develop new measurement techniques as well as generating data for a wide range of projects
> Domestic BuildingsAlex SummerfieldAndrew SmithDavid ShipworthGesche HuebnerIan HamiltonJenny LovePaul RuysseveltRobert LoweSimon ElamTadj Oreszczyn
Smart Meter data analysis-
Smart Meter data: A new resource for academics to help transform the future energy system
New evidence for the dynamics of UK domestic heat pump electricity consumption-
Previous empirically constructed heat pump load profiles have only been informed by a handful of heat pump installations; here, the RHPP dataset has led to the inclusion of around 600 sites
Health impacts of Energy Efficiency & Temperature (HEAT)-
HEAT looks to develop datasets for examining the relationship between energy use, energy efficiency and indoor environments and their co-relationship with health.
Retrofit “Big Data” Analysis-
Researchers at CEE have been studying the real impact of energy efficiency retrofits on energy demand using large datasets and detailed surveys
Power Temperature Gradient (PTG) and Peak Demand-
Domestic Energy Efficiency can generate 8,000 “negawatts” per dwelling during peak periods
> Domestic BuildingsDavid ShipworthGesche HuebnerIan HamiltonMichelle ShipworthPhilip SteadmanRob LiddiardSimon Elam
LUKES – Longitudinal UK Energy Survey-
LUKES, the Longitudinal UK Energy Survey, is a feasibility study and proposal for a major new survey to understand energy demand in the National domestic building stock.