The Oxford Energy Network
The Oxford Energy Network brings together researchers across the University of Oxford who are working to address the major technical, social, economic and policy challenges of providing secure, affordable and sustainable energy for all. The Network organises term-time seminars, with topical speakers examining energy research and practice.
Information on 200 senior researchers across the University whose research interests include energy, can be found under people. These researchers engage with varied industrial and academic partners, as well as key stakeholders around the world, such as governments and NGOs. Their research activities are grouped by theme and described on the research pages.
The Oxford Networks for the Environment includes partner networks for climate, water, biodiversity and food.
Research themesBioenergy Demand and efficiency Earth resources Economics, policy, politics Emerging economies Energy networks Wind and marine Nuclear Solar Storage and vectors Teaching and training Transport
The energy wheel displays all the different areas or themes of research covered by the Oxford Energy Network. Selecting different sections of the wheel will navigate to different research areas. High contrast wheel | Normal wheel