Digital inclusion in the future energy system

This presentation explores the links between energy system digitalisation, digital exclusion, and energy poverty, with the wider aim of sketching out a research agenda for understanding the risks, opportunities, and inequalities latent within the transition to a digitalised energy system. View the presentation in full here.

Spatio-temporal approaches to energy poverty and justice

This presentation, given to the TUDelft Citizen Collective, discusses how we can use concepts of energy justice and poverty to underpin spatial-temporal methods. A decade of fuel poverty data in England is analysed, identifying areas of persistent energy affluence and deprivation. Find the presentation here.