Tag List: 2008

Mr. Mark Jentsch and Dr. Patrick James were invited to give a presentation on the ‘Present and future performance of naturally ventilated buildings’ at the CIBSE one day conference on ‘The future of weather data’ in London. Themes of their talk were: Present day measured building performance in a ‘hot summer’ compared to simulation predictions The […]

Posted on 27th November, 2008
Category : News

Dr. Yau from the University of Malaya in Malaysia visited the Sustainable Energy Research Group. The purpose of the visit was to kick-off the research collaboration on ‘Climate Change Implications for Buildings and their Technical Services in Tropical and Moderate Climates’ funded by the British Council. As part of this collaboration Choo Khean Chang who […]

Posted on 29th September, 2008
Category : News

From the 1st to the 3rd of September 2008 the Sustainable Energy Research Group represented the University of Southampton at the annual Copenmind exhibition in Copenhagen. The exhibition’s main theme was ‘Cleantech’ which has strong links to the group’s work. The exhibition stand was designed and built by members of the group. Exhibits included one […]

Posted on 1st September, 2008
Category : News

The paper presented by Luke Blunden at the World Renewable Energy Congress WREC X in Glasgow was awarded best paper of the “Marine and Ocean Energy Technology” sessions. A total of 8 papers were presented at the conference by members of the group spanning the “Marine and Ocean Energy Technology”, “Wind Energy Applications” and “Low […]

Posted on 25th July, 2008
Category : News

The research on the Anaconda wave energy converter which is lead by Professor John Chaplin was covered in the New Scientist.

Posted on 4th July, 2008
Category : News

Dr. Patrick James of the Sustainable Energy Research Group was invited to contribute an article on “Beyond the boiler: low carbon technology opportunities” to the ICOM Energy Association’s 75th Anniversary Brochure. ICOM Energy Association

Posted on 17th June, 2008
Category : News

The UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP) lists the weather file generation tool (CCWeatherGen) developed by the Sustainable Energy Research Group as UKCIP02 extra on its website. The free tool which can be used for generating climate change weather files for building performance simulation programs can be downloaded from the SERG website. UK Climate Impacts Programme

Posted on 17th May, 2008
Category : News

Prof AbuBakr Bahaj and Dr Patrick James exhibited aspects of the group’s work at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE. A 10th scale tidal stream turbine which is used to assess blade design was shown on the UK stand of the exhibition. Tidal stream energy is seen as one of the key […]

Posted on 21st January, 2008
Category : News

Prof. Lawrence L. Kazmerski Director of the National Center for Photovoltaics (NCPV) at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, Colorado, USA

Posted on 2nd January, 2008
Category : Lecture Series : News