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Energy at Southampton

About us

We believe that innovative technology has a critical role to play in finding solutions.

Working alongside our partners in business and industry, we are researching new technologies to ensure sustainability in energy consumption.

Key Themes

BioenergyElectricity generationEnergy in the built environmentEnergy policy and securityEnergy storageEnergy in transportRenewable energyTransmission and distributionclick 'Key Themes' above to find out more...

Structure of the USRG

Chair: Gail Taylor, Professor, Biological SciencesCo-Chairs GroupPaul Lewin, Professor, Electronics and Electrical EngineeringAbuBakr Bahaj, Professor, Civil Engineering and the EnironmentRobert Raja, Reader in ChemistryMilena Buchs, Senior Lecturer, Sociology and Social PolicyPatrick James, Senior Lecturer, Engineering and the Environment

USRG Contact

Interdisciplinary Research Coordinator for EnergyFrances Clarke (fmc@soton.ac.uk)

Membership

A list of members can be found here. If you would like to become a member of the Energy USRG, email Frances Clarke on fmc@soton.ac.uk

Key facts

Professor Gail Taylor, Director of Research for Biological Sciences, is leading a new, €11.6 million EU funded research project, with a 22 partner research consortium, to address the issue of crop productivity in a future climate, where episodes of drought and water shortage become increasingly common.

Professor Paul Lewin University of Southampton has been honoured for his contributions to high voltage cable engineering by being named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Professor Paul Lewin University of Southampton has been honoured for his contributions to high voltage cable engineering by being named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
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