Energy Leeds is working to tackle one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century – to develop and maintain clean, secure and affordable supplies as part of a sustainable energy future.

The University has a vibrant community of energy researchers and is equipped to tackle the energy challenge by drawing on scientific, technical, environmental, economic, political and societal and behavioural expertise. This gives us a distinctive capability to understand whole energy systems from an inter-disciplinary perspective.

We are working to advance research in key areas including bioenergy, nuclear energy, oil and gas, transport, energy demand and efficiency and low carbon transitions. We host a number of specialist facilities, and with a strong track record of working with industry, business and government we are at the forefront of society’s transition to a sustainable energy future.

News and events

Delivering On Equitable Green Recovery

How can we act to ensure a green and fair recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic? Join the discussion and share your voice.

The Role of Bioenergy as Part of a Global Solution for Achieving Sustainability

Join us for a webinar exploring the use of bioenergy for cooking in homes in different parts of the world.

Workshops: Re-energising the North

Join us to explore the role of energy in a green recovery in our online workshop at 10am, 27 or 30 November 2020.

More than £1.3million awarded for research into biofuels in the transport sector

The grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will be used to research making biofuels cost-competitive.

Study energy with us

You can study a wide range of energy related courses, at undergraduate, Masters and PhD level. Research degrees include our EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Fluid Dynamics

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