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We focus on energy systems, policy and law, smart energy, buildings and transport. Join us and you’ll study alongside experienced researchers in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment.

Studying Energy

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Energy transition is at a critical juncture, with international deep decarbonisation targets that cover electricity, transport, and heat. To cut emissions and combat climate crisis we need more sustainable, smarter energy systems around the world.  

At the UCL Energy Institute, our aim is to help build a sustainable energy systems globally. In our research we employ multidisciplinary approaches spanning science, engineering and the social sciences to develops tools, models and methods to revolutionise the way energy is generated, supplied and consumed. From applied data analytics to environmental economics, social perspective to smart systems, we equip graduates with the skills and knowledge needed to lead this transformation in energy industry, academia or policy. 


Academic profiles

Professor Neil Strachan 
Director | Professor in Energy Economics and Modelling 
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Dr Aidan O'Sullivan
Programme lead – Energy Systems and Data Analytics MSc 
Associate Professor and Lecturer in Statistics 
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Dr Cliff Elwell 
Programme lead – Smart Energy and the Built Environment MSc 
Associate Professor 
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Dr Despina Manouseli 
Deputy Programme lead – Smart Energy and the Built Environment MSc 
Teaching Fellow in Energy Demand 
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Dr Lorenzo Lotti 
Programme Lead – Econmoics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc 
Senior Teaching Fellow in Economics of Energy and the Environment 
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Dr Catherine Willan 
Deputy Programme lead – Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc 
Teaching Fellow 
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Student profiles