Tadj Oreszczyn

Tadj Oreszczyn

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Tadj Oreszczyn FCIBSE MInstE, PhD, CEng is the Director of The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER) and Professor of Energy and Environment at the UCL Energy Institute. Prior to becoming the Director of BSEER in August 2014, Tadj was the founding Director of the UCL Energy Institute. Tadj is also the Director of the RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE) based at the UCL Energy Institute. This centre undertakes research to help the UK reduce it’s energy demand in buildings and transport and is one of six government funded research centres in energy demand. The centre is currently leading the establishment of an international Energy Agency Annex (70) in building energy epidemiology.

Before becoming Professor, Tadj was the Director of the Energy Design Advice Scheme (EDAS) regional office based at the Bartlett, UCL. Subsequently, Tadj was Head of the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies for 7 years, and for 4 years, Vice Dean Research for the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. Tadj has provided research support for the development of the English and Welsh Building Regulations.

Tadj is a Fellow and a Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and sits on the CIBSE Board. Tadj is a member of the Advisory Board of the National Energy Foundation, a member of the NHBC Expert Panel, and a member of EDGE an inter-institutional ginger group involving CIBSE, ICE, RIBA, IStructE and the RICS which seeks to promote interdisciplinary co-operation between construction professionals. Previously Tadj was a member of the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC, now BEIS) Scientific Advisory Group and has advised the Energy Efficiency Deployment Office at DECC.

CEE Projects

Smart Meter data analysis

Smart Meter data: A new resource for academics to help transform the future energy system

- by Alison Parker

Power Temperature Gradient (PTG) and Peak Demand

Domestic Energy Efficiency can generate 8,000 “negawatts” per dwelling during peak periods

- by Alison Parker

Temperatures and thermal comfort

Do retrospective reports about thermal discomfort vs. comfort map on experienced annual temperatures?

- by Alison Parker

People Don’t Use Energy, Buildings Do!?

What determines residential energy consumption?

- by Alison Parker