Our research draws upon social science and engineering expertise to delivery findings that:

  • Test the feasibility of alternative energy sources, remote monitoring and digital infrastructure to produce capacity building models
  • Produce evidence-based methodologies to aid future decision-making in the procurement and provision of intelligent and affordable energy solutions for displaced communities
  • Develop a series of case studies focusing on the experiences of refugees and internally displaced people to better understand how energy needs, provision and demands are being met in different socio-economic and geo-political contexts.
The key findings of our research will be posted here as they emerge and will be included in our outputs for different academic, policy and public audiences.