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Older industrial towns at the frontier of new energy economies

Client: Regional Studies Association | Staff: Will Eadson and Alvaro Castano Garcia


Understanding and Effectively Engaging Hard to Reach Energy Users

Client: The International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme | Staff: Aimee Ambrose, Jan Gilbertson, Alvaro Castano Garcia , Dr Sea Rotmann (IEA, Operating Agent), Dr Luis Mundaca (Lund University, Sweden), Kira Ashby (Consortium for Energy Efficiency, USA) and Dr Kim O’Sullivan (University of Otago, New Zealand)


Future Parks Accelerator programme evaluation

Client: National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Trust | Staff: Will Eadson, Ellen Bennett, Cathy Harris, Julian Dobson (Urban Pollinators) and Nicola Dempsey (University of Sheffield)


Local and regional responses to connected and autonomous vehicles

Client: Regional Studies Association| Staff: Ed Ferrari, Stephen Parkes, Keith McKoy, Rebecca Powell (Arup) and Marc Schlossberg (University of Oregon)


Hard to Reach Energy Users Case Study Analysis

Client: The Users Technology Collaboration Programme by the International Energy Agency | Staff: Aimee Ambrose, Danielle Butler, Helen Stockton


Understanding and engaging with high consuming households: energy, transport, food

Client: Sheffield Hallam University | Staff: Aimee Ambrose, Anna Hawkins, Stephen Parkes and Álvaro Castaño García


Understanding supply chain employment and skills implications of energy infrastructure investment

Client: Sheffield City Region and Higher Education Innovation Fund | Staff: Will Eadson, Stephen Parkes, Peter Wells, Aidan While, Andrew Johnston


What does a city regional just transition look like?

Client: Sheffield City Region | Staff: Will Eadson, Stephen Parkes, Alvaro Castano Garcia


Room to Move – Impacts of road-space reallocation (REMODEL)

Client: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (DecarboN8 Network) | Staff: Stephen Parkes, Tony Gore, Richard Weston (University of Central Lancashire) and Mary Lawler (University of Central Lancashire)


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