The role of the Centre for Energy Policy is to develop original research around energy and to harness the resources of the University of Strathclyde to input to the work of policy makers in energy.
The Centre for Energy Policy (CEP) was established in November 2014 and formally launched in May 2015. The Chairman Ian Marchant and the CEP Advisory Group support the Director Professor Karen Turner with timely strategic input.
We want to work with you
The Centre for Energy Policy has build a strong network of academic, policy and industry links. We are always keen to establish contact with the wider energy community in the UK and internationally that have relevant research interests and expertise in energy policy.
Approaches from public, private sector and NGO groups working in the energy field and seeking to collaborate with CEP on energy policy topics are welcome. Contact us to find out more.
Strathclyde's strength in energy
The University of Strathclyde has a diverse and vibrant community of researchers working on energy and related topics. We are particularly interested to support colleagues who see a link to energy policy within their own work. The range of the Centre’s current work can be found in the Projects and Publications sections
The Centre for Energy Policy Advisory Group
The Centre for Energy Policy Advisory Group gives strategic advice to the Director in order to help the Centre to develop its strategy and research direction. The members represent a wide cross-section of the energy industry, from academics to private industry, public sector organisations to NGOs.