MEng (Oxon), MSc (Bath)
Wolfson College, Cambridge
Consultant, AECOM (formerly Faber Maunsell), 2007-2010
Peter works as part of the ReVISIONS research project team, funded by the EPSRC. Before starting in Cambridge, he studied Engineering at Oxford University, then worked as an energy and sustainability consultant in London, also completing a part-time MSc at Bath University in Architectural Engineering and Environmental Design. Peter's research is focused on energy use in the non-domestic sector, using a variety of publically available data to characterise the forms and functions of the UK non-domestic stock. Other research interests include green building certification, renewable energy, and energy modelling.
Godoy-Shimizu, D., Armitage, P., Steemers, K.,Chenvidyakarn, T., 2011. Using Display Energy Certificates to quantify schools’ energy consumption. Building Research & Information, 39(6), pp.535–552 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09613218.2011.628457)