Eleni Soulti (DiplArch, MSc, ARB) is a Research Assistant at the centre within the Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment Program. She is currently working on the Evaluation of Energy Efficient Technology Project funded by SIG.
Eleni Soulti joined the Centre for Sustainable Development in May 2012 as a Research Assistant, working on the Evaluation of Energy Efficient Technologies project funded by SIG. The research focuses specifically on solid wall insulation and the in-situ performance of insulation products. The aims of the research include assessing the gap between the estimated and the actual energy savings occurring due to the implementation of energy efficient technologies. Furthermore, the research seeks to identify the trade-off between energy efficient products and the energy consumed for their production, or otherwise the trade-off between operational and embodied energy.
Eleni completed her MSc in Built Environment "Environmental Design and Engineering" from University College London - Bartlett School of Architecture and a DiplArch in Architectural Engineering from National Technical University of Athens, Greece.
Eleni worked for several years with Gregory Genias and Associates Architects in Greece and more recently on a placement with CO2 Engineering in Spain, working on the LEED environmental certification of a project, as well as conducting energy monitoring research.