Our project will produce a time series of weather in 2080 for 11,000 locations in the UK.
Centre for Energy and the Design of Environments
We conduct innovative research and consultancy in sustainable building design and environmental engineering, including renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a new approach for improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings without changing their character.
People displaced by natural disasters could benefit from recyclable plastic-based shelters from University of Bath researchers and plastics company Protomax.
The newly developed meters deliver a 22% saving in gas consumption and highlight the limitations of the energy industry's £11 billion smart meter roll-out.
Research led by Professor David Coley has helped in the formal certification of a PassivHaus school in Exeter.
Thousands of new buildings may have excessively high energy usage because of bad modelling, new study finds.
Our researchers are developing laboratory-created poo in order to improve sanitation in developing countries.
We are a group of academic and post-doctoral research staff from the fields of sustainable building design, energy efficiency and environmental engineering.
Our doctoral students are working with our academic staff to carry out research across the remit of the Centre for Energy and the Design of Environments.
We collaborate closely with industry to develop research projects and maximise their impact.
Find out about our facilities that are available to researchers, students and industry with expert support from University staff.
Find out more about our PhD programme and how you can apply.
Develop the knowledge of modern building design practice, methodologies and processes sought after by major engineering and architectural design consultancies.
Develop the skills to become an environmental design specialist and create buildings that combine sustainability with comfortable living.