You can find out more about our core propositions by listening to some of our researchers introduce them, and discuss their relevance for energy demand in transport and in buildings.

Jillian Anable talks about our how energy demands and everyday practices are linked.

Matt Watson introduces the second proposition: that infrastructures and institutions shape demand.

Gordon Walker reflects on our third proposition that energy and mobility systems are linked to interpretations of need and of normal ways of life.

Jillian Anable discusses what she finds interesting about the dialogue between energy and transport in DEMAND’s research.

Greg Marsden describes the contributions he sees DEMAND making to the field of transport studies.

John Connaughton talks about what DEMAND’s research can contribute to construction and building management.

If you’d like to explore more of our ideas, our Soundcloud page has a series of short audio clips where our researchers talk about their work.