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James Keirstead

  • Lecturer
  • Imperial College London Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Research interests

Urban energy systems; urban energy policy and governance; modelling and sensitivity analysis

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Publications

A review of policy analysis purpose and capabilities of electricity system models

  • Koppelaar R
  • Keirstead J
  • Woods J
  • Shah N
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016)
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Downscaling Aggregate Urban Metabolism Accounts to Local Districts

  • Horta I
  • Keirstead J
Journal of Industrial Ecology (2016)
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Introducing Data Bytes

  • Keirstead J
  • Sutch T
  • Klir N
Research Matters (2016)
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Assessing the sustainability of meat transport mode choices in abattoir logistics using the analytic hierarchy process

  • Nwakaire C
  • Keirstead J
ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (2015)
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Downscaling London's domestic energy consumption

  • Keirstead J
  • Horta I
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Professional experience

Lecturer

Imperial College London Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

September 2011 - Present

Research Fellow

Imperial College London

August 2009 - August 2011 (2 years)

Research Associate

Imperial College London

August 2006 - July 2009 (3 years)