Konstantinos Chalvatzis

UEA Representative

Konstantinos has been with the Norwich Business School since 2010 when he arrived following his PhD studied at the School of Environmental Sciences, at UEA. Konstantinos has an interdisciplinary background comprising energy engineering, environmental sciences, negotiations, environmental policy and management. His interests are in breaking disciplinary boundaries to solve real problems. Currently he is Professor of Sustainable Energy Business and his research focuses on energy policy, energy supply security and innovation in the energy sector including smart grid and storage. In parallel to NBS, Konstantinos is visiting at the Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park; the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences of Piraeus and at the School of Economics, Management and Statistics at the University of Bologna.

Konstantinos has reviewed for the Working Group III of IPCC and EU DG Clima and also reviews manuscripts regularly for the Energy JournalApplied EnergyEnergy PolicyJournal of Cleaner ProductionCarbon ManagementEnvironmental PoliticsClimate PolicyInternational Journal of Marine EnergyFuelRenewable and Sustainable Energy ReviewsEuropean Management ReviewGlobal NestInternational Journal of Sustainable EnergyJournal of Computational Methods in Sciences and EngineeringJournal of Management and GovernanceGlobal Environmental Change; and Journal of Business Ethics.

Konstantinos’s research activities have been funded by the:

  • 2016: SSF Proof of Concept (£16.8k)
  • 2016: EU INTERREG France Channel England (€8m)
  • 2015: Newton Fund (£7k)
  • 2014: EU DG Research and Innovation (€15m)

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  • 2014: British Council – Researcher Links (£7.5k)
  • 2013: Associate Dean for Enterprise (£5k)
  • 2013: UEA Teaching Fellowship (£8k)
  • 2007: UEA (PhD studentship ~ £50k)
  • 2004: Greek Department for Education (€10k)
Konstantinos Chalvatzis

Research Areas


Phone: +44 1603 59 7241

Postal Address:
Thomas Paine Study Centre 2.13
University of East Anglia
Norwich, UK