This is an IOP special interest group, which is a community of IOP members focused on a particular discipline, application or area of interest.
Special interest groups allow members to connect and share knowledge and ideas. The IOP funds groups to deliver a range of activities including events, prizes and bursaries. All of our groups are driven by members.
About the group
As a special interest, member-driven group, we are interested in:
- the efficient use of energy
- materials for energy applications
- energy use in the built environment
- the exploitation of resources for energy use
- power-generation technologies: conventional, renewable, and nuclear
- security of supply
Our members include industrialists and consultants in:
- renewable sectors
- nuclear industries
- building services
- gas production
A third of our members are student and lecturer academics working in physics education.
What the group does
Topics examined by our group are:
- energy efficiency
- heat pumps
- offshore wind
- solar hydrogen
- carbon inheritance
- anaerobic digestion
- mobility engineering
- energy management
- electric vehicle charging
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Committee and contacts
|Dr Carlos Lledo-Fernandez, MInstP
|Dr Francisco Cabrera Espana, MInstP
|Dr Dominique Cannavina, CPhys MInstP
|Miss Bianca Constandache
|Mr Gary Hayes, MInstP
|Dr Paul Henshall, CPhys MInstP
|Dr Vanesa Magar, MInstP
|Dr Santanu Ray, MInstP
|Dr Helen Rogers, FInstP
|Mrs Heather Stevenson, CPhys MInstP
|Mr Sammy Tweddle CEng MInstP
Email: [email protected]