Prof Stefan Bouzarovski

Professor of Geography

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Key research projects

2020-2023: Actions to mitigate energy poverty in the rented sector (ENPOR), Horizon 2020 (Co-Investigator - Co-I);

2020-2022: Fuel and transport poverty in the UK’s energy transition (FAIR) within the Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS) (Co-i)

2019-2020: The age of infrastructure: China as a global urban agent, University of Manchester Research Institute (Principal Investigator – PI);

2019-2022: Renewable energies for vulnerable groups (POWER-TY), Co-I;

2018-2021: Using living labs to roll out sustainable strategies for energy poor individuals, Horizon 2020, Co-I;


2017-2020: ‘European Energy Poverty: Agenda Co-Creation and Knowledge Innovation’, European Union COST Action, PI;

2016-2020: ‘European Union Energy Poverty Observatory’, European Commission, PI; 

2016-2019: ‘Urban Transformation in South Africa Through Co-Designing Energy Services Provision Pathways’, £500,000 from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) (Co-Investigator - CO-I);

2016, 2017: Early career researcher symposium, EAGA Charitable Trust (PI);

2016: ‘Energy Infrastructure: security, environment and social conflict’ workshop, British Council Researcher Links (Co-I);

2015-2018: ‘Calculating and operationalising the multiple benefits of energy efficiency Improvements in Europe’ Horizon 2020 programme, Co-I;

2013-2018: ‘Energy vulnerability and urban transitions in Europe’, European Research Council (PI);

2014: ‘Nexus technologies, urban circulation, and the co-production of water-energy’, Nexus network, Co-I;

2013-2014: ‘Housing in Multiple Occupancy: Energy Issues and Policy’ (HOME). EAGA Charitable Homes Trust (Co-I);

2013-2015: Hestia 2, AHRC follow-on funding (Co-I);

2012-2013: International conference on ‘Addressing energy vulnerability through research and policy’, UK Energy Research Centre Meeting Place (PI);

2011-2013: ‘The geopolitical economy of global gas governance’, ESPRC/NERC (Co-I); 

2012-2013: ‘Investigating residential and business energy consumption via student-led action research’ (INTREACT), Departmental Teaching Development Grant, Higher Education Academy (PI); 

2011-2012: ‘Accelerating and disseminating methodological innovation in energy research’ ESRC/EPSRC INCLUESEV (PI);

2011-2012: ‘Energy use among young adults’ (ENYA), Cheshire Lehmann Fund (PI);

2011: ‘Building/household events and energy vulnerability: a European perspective’, ESRC/EPSRC INCLUESEV (PI);

2010/2011: International workshop on ‘Energy poverty: mapping the European research landscape’, ESRC/EPSRC INCLUESEV, ca £5,000 total (PI);

2010-2011: ‘Understanding energy vulnerability, resilience and youth transitions’, Durham Energy Institute (Co-I);

2010: ‘Governing energy vulnerability in Southeastern Europe’, French Institute for International Relations (PI);

2009-2012: ESRC seminar series on ‘Energy transitions: security, climate, governance’ (Co-I);

2008-2012: ‘Energy policy risks and spatial development in Central and Eastern Europe’, Czech Ministry of Education (PI);

2008-2010: Network, relation, flow: imaginations of space in Herodotus’ History, AHRC (Co-I);

2005-2006: Energy efficiency and climate change in Kazakhstan, Global Opportunities Fund (Co-I);

2003-2005: RE-URBAN MOBIL (Reurbanisation under conditions of demographic change), EU Fifth Framework Programme (RF and Workpackage Leader);

2005: Liquid Cities, £2000 from the EPSRC and Royal Geographical Society with IBG (PI).


Research and projects