Energy Efficient Cities initiative [EECi]
The Energy Efficient Cities initiative [EECi] is a cross-disciplinary research project at the University of Cambridge. The EECi aims to strengthen the UK's capacity to address energy demand reduction and environmental impact in cities, by research in building and transport technologies, district power systems, and urban planning. The EECi was originally funded by a £2.9 million EPSRC Science and Innovation Award spanning 2007 to early 2014.
Click on one of the links below (or use the navigation tabs above) to go directly to our current research theme home pages:
Click below to view our 2014 research report, or discover CiMo: the EECi integrated city model of buildings, energy, and transport.