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EPSRC Support by Research Area (Energy Networks) in Theme (Energy)

Research areas are used to describe EPSRC's portfolio of excellent long term research and high quality postgraduate training.

Grants are classified using one or more research areas. The number and value of grants listed below reflects how the theme portfolio is described by this research area.

Please note: some research areas will appear under multiple themes. There is no unique, absolute, relationship between a research area and a theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
Analytical Middleware for Informed Distribution Networks (AMIDiNe)Stephen, Dr BUniversity of StrathclydeElectronic and Electrical Engineering 703,091
Classification of Insulation Defects in High Voltage Equipment Using Computer VisionZachariades, Dr CUniversity of LiverpoolElectrical Engineering and Electronics 226,434
DAFNI-ROSEMatthews, Dr BMSTFC Laboratories (Grouped)Scientific Computing Department 1,083,755
DC networks, power quality and plant reliabilityRowland, Professor SMUniversity of Manchester, TheElectrical and Electronic Engineering 727,155
DC networks, power quality and plant reliabilityGreen, Prof. TImperial College LondonElectrical and Electronic Engineering 358,243
DC networks, power quality and plant reliabilityStewart, Professor BGUniversity of StrathclydeElectronic and Electrical Engineering 653,260
Decarbonising Transport through Electrification, a Whole System Approach (DTE)Cipcigan, Professor LMCardiff UniversitySch of Engineering 915,858
GasNetNew - The role of the gas network in a future decarbonised UKGarvey, Professor SUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 1,287,081
High efficiency reversible solid oxide cells for the integration of offshore renewable energy using hydrogenGreaves, Professor DUniversity of PlymouthSch of Engineering 288,304
High efficiency reversible solid oxide cells for the integration of offshore renewable energy using hydrogenIrvine, Professor JUniversity of St AndrewsChemistry 276,887
High efficiency reversible solid oxide cells for the integration of offshore renewable energy using hydrogenZhao, Professor XUniversity of WarwickSch of Engineering 289,418
High efficiency reversible solid oxide cells for the integration of offshore renewable energy using hydrogenBrandon, Professor NPImperial College LondonEarth Science and Engineering 723,105
Impact on Renewable Energy Sources on Harmonic Levels in the Future UK Power Grid: Modelling, Assessment and Mitigating SolutionsTodeschini, Dr GKings College LondonEngineering 113,139
Integrated Development of Low-Carbon Energy Systems (IDLES): A Whole-System Paradigm for Creating a National StrategyGreen, Prof. TImperial College LondonEnergy Futures Lab 7,047,665
LATENT: RESIDENTIAL HEAT AS AN ENERGY SYSTEM SERVICEJames, Professor PABUniversity of SouthamptonSch of Engineering 1,314,091
Low Temperature Heat Recovery and Distribution Network Technologies (LoT-NET)Critoph, Professor RUniversity of WarwickSch of Engineering 5,388,928
Multi-energy Control of Cyber-Physical Urban Energy Systems (MC2)Wu, Professor JCardiff UniversitySch of Engineering 812,744
Network headroom, engineering upgrades and public acceptance (NEUPA): Connecting engineering for heat system change to consumers and citizensGross, Professor RImperial College LondonThe Centre for Environmental Policy 1,232,009
Resilient Operation of Sustainable Energy Systems (ROSES)Pal, Professor BImperial College LondonElectrical and Electronic Engineering 775,785
Supergen Energy Networks hub 2018Taylor, Professor PCUniversity of BristolElectrical and Electronic Engineering 3,770,861
Sustainable urban power supply through intelligent control and enhanced restoration of AC/DC networksLiang, Professor JCardiff UniversitySch of Engineering 604,562
Technology Transformation to Support Flexible and Resilient Local Energy SystemsGreen, Prof. TImperial College LondonElectrical and Electronic Engineering 808,759

Total Number of Grants: 22
Total Value of Grants: £29,401,136

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).