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Energy Research Theme

Solar Simulator
The School of Engineering includes some of the UK's leading academics in the field of energy research.

This field has been designated as one of the School’s main overarching research themes, and is lead by Prof. Phil Mawby, supported by Prof. Bob Critoph and Prof. Jihong Wang.

Warwick's Global Research Priorities (GRP) responds through research to global challenges, to focus Warwick’s world-class, multidisciplinary research on key areas of international significance, by bringing together scholarly expertise from across faculties and departments.

The School of Engineering is a key player in the Energy GRP.

Pictured right: a student works with the Steady State Sun Simulator (SUSI)

Key Research Areas

Other areas under development

  • Battery and fuel cell technology
  • Energy Harvesting


More information
Conference paper success for Research Fellow


Artificial Intelligence and Robots to Make Offshore Wind Farms Safer and Cheaper


Best Paper Award for PhD Student.

Power Systems Consultant to join as Honorary Professor.

"Heating and Cooling to 2020 and Beyond" event takes place in June 2014. Read more...

Funding success for electrical smart grid research.

Warwick spin-out features in Engineering and Technology Magazine. Read more... 

Are you interested in a PhD in Energy? Visit our postgraduate study section.