CESI Flex fund
Through our £800,000 fund, we support collaborative, high quality, energy systems research.
The newly launched EPSRC National Centre for Energy Systems Integration’s £800,000 research fund provides support to UK energy systems researchers through:
- Responsive Mode Funding
- Directed Calls
This is this first responsive mode call for proposals for collaborative research. We are seeking research proposals from universities (or other institutions eligible to hold Research Council awards) to provide additional resources and skills to the CESI whole energy systems research.
Aims of the Call
This first call is aimed at expanding the institutions collaborating with CESI. We request proposals that add value to the work already programmed and provide one or more of the following criteria to CESI:-
- Extend or enhance our research programme
- Link aspects to other UKRI research programmes
- Address gaps
- Introduce new organisations to the CESI consortium
- Introduce new skills and disciplines to the CESI consortium
- Fits with the UKRI mission of ensuring research and innovation continues to flourish in the UK
- For innovations identified in whole energy systems sector within the last 24 months
- Investigates emerging challenges and opportunities
- Introduces emerging tools, techniques and/or methods
Announcement of results of our first call for research proposals
The Centre's £800,000 flexible research fund, administered by Newcastle University, is to support collaborative, high quality, whole energy systems research.
This first call was aimed at expanding the institutions collaborating with CESI. After a competitive open responsive move call for project proposals, we can announce the first round of projects to receive funding.
|Professor Turner||Strathclyde University||Modelling the Distribution of Costs from Network Upgrades for Electric Vehicles (EVs)|
|Dr Abeysekera||Cardiff University||Decision support tool for the operation of public sector multi-energy systems.|
|Professor Abram||Durham University||Control Rooms of the Future|
|Professor Cockerill||University of Leeds||Using storage to decarbonise electricity consumption|
|Dr Winskel||University of Edinburgh||Interdisciplinary research for energy systems integration: understanding and promoting good practice|
|Professor Falcone||University of Glasgow||Repurposing hydrocarbon wells for geothermal energy production and storage|