Social Responsibility and Sustainability

Archive: Energy Coordinators

We closed the Energy Coordinator network at the end of July 2019, and opened a new network for staff and student Sustainability Champions.

Becoming an Energy Coordinator is a great way to enhance your skillset, contributing to your continued professional development. 

Supported by our department, you will have access to training to develop your knowledge and skills of energy reduction techniques.

Over time you will be able to make beneficial and measurable changes to your area, improving its efficiency and encouraging sustainable energy usage among your colleagues. You will gain recognition form local management and have the opportunity to network with other Energy Coordinators from the wider University community.

Quarterly meetups and newsletter will allow you to network with individuals in the same role around the University, and keep up to date with energy-related developments.

Read case studies from other Energy Coordinators

Resources for Energy Coordinators


Frequently asked questions

Energy Coordinator FAQs
Learn more about the role and what's involved.

Guidance for Energy Coordinators

Energy Coordinator Guidance
Guidance and tips on how to carry out your role as an Energy Coordinator. Use the guidance below as your checklist to improve energy efficiency and establish sustainable behaviours in your building.