This page contains links to other relevant bodies involved in ERP projects and work:
BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council): One of 7 Research Councils that work together as Research Councils UK (RCUK) and funded by BIS) (see below).
Centre for Low Carbon Futures: Focuses on sustainability for competitive advantage with cross-cutting research themes including: Smart Infrastructure, Energy Systems and the Circular Economy.
DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs): The government’s lead department on climate change mitigation; responsible for a number of policy areas associated with greenhouse gas emissions including agriculture, forestry, land management and non-CO2 emissions from industrial processes.
EMF (The Ellen MacArthur Foundation): Works with education and business to accelerate the transition to a cicular economy and help reduce the depletion of the world’s natural resources.
Energy Futures Lab: Addresses the issue of providing a secure and sustainable energy supply for the future through the support and funding of energy research across Imperial College London.
Energy Innovation Board: The Energy Innovation Board provides strategic oversight of energy innovation programmes.
Government Office for Science (GOSci): The home of science and engineering across government. Has the key role of ensuring that all levels of government receive the best scientific advice possible.
Grantham Institute on Climate Change: mission is to drive climate change related research and translate it into real world impact.
HM Treasury: Ensure that the UK makes the transition to low carbon growth in an efficient way. Their work through the Treasury Environment Network supports policy action across Government to secure this ambition.
IEA (International Energy Agency): The IEA’s four main areas of focus are: energy security, economic development, environmental awareness, and engagement worldwide.
Low Carbon Research Institute (Wales): Aims to support the energy sector, UK and globally, to develop low carbon generation, storage, distribution and end use technologies, and to offer policy advice.
Mr Central Heating Guides: Guides to home energy efficiency, to sustainable low carbon home heating, to reducing winter heating costs and to home heating.
NERC (The National Environment Research Council): The UK’s main agency for funding and managing research, training and knowledge exchange in the environmental sciences.
Renewable Energy and The Green Alternative Way to Heat Your Home: useful explanations regarding different ways for heating homes.