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Dr Michael Fell
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Biography

Michael Fell is a research associate at the RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology based at UCL Energy Institute. His current work is mainly around the study of social aspects of energy demand flexibility, and the use of systematic review methods in energy demand research. His previous work has explored consumer demand for domestic demand-side response product offerings such as time of use electricity tariffs. Other research interests include energy feedback and energy education. From August 2017 to March 2018 he is on part-time secondment to the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, working with the open science team.

Michael supports policy engagement activities such as coordinating responses to consultations and calls for evidence, and participating in expert workshops. From March to June 2013 he undertook a POST/EPSRC Fellowship in the House of Commons Library, briefing MPs on subjects in science and the environment. Prior to joining UCL he was the energy commissioning editor at Earthscan (a leading publisher of books and journals in sustainability).

Research Summary

Current projects (as of January 2017) include:

  • A systematic map of the use of systematic reviews in energy demand research.
  • A review of empirical evidence on the consumer attractiveness of different kinds of time of use tariff design.
  • An assessment of the potential for using smart energy data in healthcare applications.

Academic Background
2016 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Energy Research University College London
2012 MRes Master of Research University College London
2004 BSc Bachelor of Science University of Southampton
2003 MAI MaĆ®trise – Environmental Sciences Universite de Bordeaux 1
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