Dr Mark Barrett

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Biography

Dr Mark Barrett (Systems) brought new systems modeling skills to UCL via a short-term Platform funded fellowship. He moved to a RCUK Academic Fellowship and is now a Senior Lecturer. As a consultant and academic, he has 30 years' experience modelling and developing policies for energy demand and supply systems, and transport systems so as to meet environmental, economic and energy objectives. He has developed overall scenarios of energy and emissions, and the transport (surface and aviation) and electricity sectors in European countries, including trade optimisation.

He has worked at international, national and regional levels in the UK, Europe and Asia for clients including Universities, the European Commission, the European Environment Agency, UK Government departments, the Japan Clean Air Programme, local authorities, private companies and consultancies, and non-governmental environmental organisations.

Dr Barrett is currently a Co-I on the EDF/EPSRC ‘Energy People and Buildings’ project, the EPSRC funded ‘Low Carbon Shipping’ project and Energy Technology Institute funded projects on ‘Distributed Energy and Thermal Efficiency’ in the domestic sector.

Research Summary

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Research outputs

Techno-Economic Assessment for Optimal Energy Storage Mix 2015 Spataru C,Kok YC,Barrett M,Sweetnam T
Long-term scenarios for reaching climate targets and energy security in UK 2015 Spataru C,Drummond P,Zafeiratou E,Barrett M
Evaluating the accuracy of CFSR reanalysis hourly wind speed forecasts for the UK, using in situ measurements and geographical information 2015 Sharp E,Dodds P,Barrett M,Spataru C
Investigating the potential impact of new energy technologies on the shape and scale of electricity demand in the UK Project Closure Document 2015 Lenaghan D,Dolan B,Franklin P,Beevor J,Danner G,Barrett M,Spataru C
City Model of energy demands (buildings, transport), renewable and district heating supply and environment 2015 Barrett MA
DynEMo: A Dynamic Energy Model for the Exploration of Energy, Society and Environment 2015 Barrett MA,Spataru C
A scalable Dynamic Energy model for demand and supply 2015 Spataru C,Barrett MA
An analysis of the impact of bioenergy and geosequestration in the UK future energy system 2014 Spataru C,Zafeiratou E,Barrett M
Exploring Price As a Demand Response Control Signal 2014 Sweetnam T,Spataru C,Barrett MA
City Energy Demand Simulation (CEDS) Feasibility Study 2014 Barrett MA,Beevor J,Danner G,Franklin F,Passmore S
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Research activities

City Energy Demand Simulation (CEDS)
Commercial and industrial electricity load profiles
EDAM2
FALCON Project
People, Energy and Buildings: Distribution, Diversity and Dynamics (PEB:D3)
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Are you looking for The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies?

After 22 successful years The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies was dissolved this summer. All teaching, research and partnership activity will be continued by the following entities:



Thinking of studying at The Bartlett?

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Teaching staff and programme content remain unchanged and we promise that the quality of your experience at The Bartlett will be as good as it’s ever been.


UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering


UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage


The Bartlett Space Syntax Laboratory