About the Centre

The Centre for Integrated Energy Research (CIER) was established in 2010, to harness and integrate our world-class research and innovation capabilities.

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Our Capabilities

To address key energy sustainability, security and affordability issues faced by industry, government and wider society, the Centre harnesses and integrates a wide range of capabilities.

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Research

The Centre for Integrated Energy Research team has a range of active research and innovation themes integrating engineering, policy and economic perspectives.

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Transforming the future of energy, through integrated innovation.

Enhanced understanding and new and improved tools and techniques are needed to enable and accelerate transition to low carbon, secure, economically viable and socially equitable energy systems. The Centre for Integrated Energy Research (CIER) aims to deliver this enhanced understanding and these tools and techniques through world-class research integrating technological, economic, policy, and socio-technical dimensions of energy (see our capabilities for further information).

The Centre draws together expertise of around 40 leading researchers, from across the engineering, design, social and behavioural sciences. Researchers at the University of Leeds are always welcome to join and contribute to this vibrant community.

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James Mckay, manager of the EPSRC CDT in Bioenergy, is leading a £25k funded project as part of the Royal...

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CDT Bioenergy student Robert White came second place in EMPOWER’s vlog competition, which aims to find exciting and innovative vlogs...

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Congratulations to the academics from SCAPE, who collaborated with Geography and Electrical Engineering, having secured an EPSRC Global Challenges Research...

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On Saturday 17th March Bioenergy CDT student, Judith Ford was at the ‘Be Curious’ University of Leeds research open day,...

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CIER is a member of Energy Leeds, which is the gateway to all energy research and development across the University.

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