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Personal Statement

Rebecca joined the University of Strathclyde in 2019 as a Chancellor's Fellow working jointly between the Departments of Government & Public Policy and Electronic & Electrical Engineering. She is also the Research Director of the UK’s Energy Revolution Research Consortium (EnergyREV). Prior to this Rebecca held positions at the University of Oxford, the University of Otago in New Zealand (where she served as Deputy Director of their Centre for Sustainability) and at Victoria University of Wellington.

Rebecca's research explores how people interact with energy systems, and how social, environmental, and technological insights can be co-developed to better inform policy for sustainable development. She takes a multidisciplinary approach to her work, and believes in the importance of research for impact, and in bridging the gap between different forms of knowledge to advance solutions tackling climate change.

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Research Output 2014 2019

2 Citations (Scopus)

Detailed comparison of energy-related time-use diaries and monitored residential electricity demand

Suomalainen, K., Eyers, D., Ford, R., Stephenson, J., Anderson, B. & Jack, M., 15 Jan 2019, In : Energy and Buildings. 183, p. 418-427 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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Electricity
Smart meters
Thermostats
Pumps
Water
7 Citations (Scopus)

Reaching a 1.5°C target: socio-technical challenges for a rapid transition to low carbon electricity systems

Eyre, N., Darby, S. J., Grünewald, P., McKenna, E. & Ford, R., 2 Apr 2018, In : Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 376, 2119, 15 p., 20160462.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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electricity
Electricity
Carbon
Target
carbon