Research is the bedrock of UCL Energy Institute. Here you can find out more about our themes, centres and research groups.
Most energy problems are multidisciplinary in nature, spanning science, engineering and the social sciences. Therefore, different approaches are needed to understand and tackle these issues. The UCL Energy Institute's research works to develop a range of tools, models and methods to address the energy challenges facing the world over the next two decades.
Our researchers work across five inteacting themes: Energy Systems, Buildings, Transport, Energy Space Time, and Energy and Artificial Intelligence.
The UCL Energy Institute is home to a RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology and London-Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Training, conducting world-leading research and teaching.
A number of research groups are hosted in the Institute, bringing together researchers from across the college to work on topics relating to energy.
We employ a variety of methods in our research, including data analysis and modelling.