Dr Aaron Gillich


NameDr Aaron Gillich
Job titleAssociate Professor
Organisational UnitCivil and Building Services Engineering

Research outputs

Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficient Technologies

Ford, A, Gillich, A and Mirzania, P (2020). Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficient Technologies. in: Letcher, Trevor M (ed.) Future Energy Elesvier. pp. 611-630

Limits and uncertainty for energy efficiency in the UK housing stock

Gillich, A., Mahmoudi Saber, E. and Mohareb, E. (2019). Limits and uncertainty for energy efficiency in the UK housing stock. Energy Policy. 133.

Determining the UK’s potential for heat recovery from wastewater using steady state and dynamic modelling - preliminary results

Ali, S. and Gillich, A. (2018). Determining the UK’s potential for heat recovery from wastewater using steady state and dynamic modelling - preliminary results. 2nd Global Conference on Energy and Sustainable Development, GCESD2018. Edinburgh 18 - 20 Dec 2018 WEENTECH. doi:10.32438/WPE.58181

Modelling development and analysis on the Balanced Energy Networks (BEN) in London

Song, WH, Wang, Y, Gillich, A, Ford, A and Hewitt, M (2018). Modelling development and analysis on the Balanced Energy Networks (BEN) in London. Applied Energy. 233/4, pp. 114-125.

The Theoretical versus Practical Potential of Existing and Emerging Wastewater Heat Recovery Technologies

Ali, S. and Gillich, A. (2018). The Theoretical versus Practical Potential of Existing and Emerging Wastewater Heat Recovery Technologies. Energy Systems Conference 201. London, UK 19 - 20 Jun 2018

Overcoming Practical Challenges and Implementing Low-Carbon Heat in the UK: Lessons from the Balanced Energy Network (BEN) at LSBU

Arif, M, Gillich, A, Ford, A and Wang, Y (2018). Overcoming Practical Challenges and Implementing Low-Carbon Heat in the UK: Lessons from the Balanced Energy Network (BEN) at LSBU. CIBSE Technical Symposium. London 12 - 13 Apr 2018

Designing an ‘optimal’ domestic retrofit programme

Gillich, A, Sunikka-Blank, M and Ford, A (2017). Designing an ‘optimal’ domestic retrofit programme. Building Research & Information. 46 (7), pp. 767-778.

A smarter way to electrify heat – The Balanced Energy Network approach to demand side response in the UK

Gillich, A (2017). A smarter way to electrify heat – The Balanced Energy Network approach to demand side response in the UK. European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Summer Study. Hyeres, France 29 May - 03 Jun 2017 London South Bank University.

Lessons for the UK Green Deal from the US BBNP

Gillich, A (2016). Lessons for the UK Green Deal from the US BBNP. Building Research & Information. 45 (4), pp. 384-395.

Why Education and User Feedback Won’t Close the Performance Gap for University Accommodation

Gillich, A, Sunikka-Blank, M and Ford, A (2015). Why Education and User Feedback Won’t Close the Performance Gap for University Accommodation. CIBSE Technical Symposium. London 16 - 17 Apr 2015 London South Bank University.
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