Digital Energy Landscape Infographic
Find your company on a map of the UK’s Digital Energy Landscape
Two hundred and twelve companies have been identified by Energy Systems Catapult as we update our map of the UK’s Digital Energy Landscape.
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Business Continuity
Energy Systems Catapult has been implementing its business continuity plan in keeping with guidance from Public Health England regarding COVID-19, meaning staff will be working from home until further notice.We would like to reassure our customers, partners and stakeholders that we are continuing with business as usual. 
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Innovating to Net Zero
The Innovating to Net Zero report is the result of modelling 100s of potential pathways to 2050 – ramping up or down different technologies and behaviour changes – to understand the combinations, interactions and trade-offs of competing decarbonisation approaches to achieve net zero carbon emissions.
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Net Zero by 2050 is possible with targeted innovation and scale up
A new report by Energy Systems Catapult has found Net Zero by 2050 is possible with support for innovation and scale-up across three essential areas – Low Carbon Technology, Land Use and Lifestyle.
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Innovators wanted for challenge call on ‘Zero carbon: Smart buildings and estates’
Energy Systems Catapult is launching an innovator challenge call in collaboration with Places for People, Geovation and Pineapple Partners, inviting SMEs developing products and services targeted at Zero Carbon Housing Solutions, Smart Buildings and Estates, to receive tailored business incubation and acceleration support.
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Six digital platform and data service SMEs join Innovator Support Platform
Six innovative tech companies have been selected for a rigorous business growth programme due to their potential to transform the energy system by exploiting digital technology and data. These businesses are the third intake for our Innovator Support Platform.
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Six Steps to Zero Carbon Buildings
A net zero target for greenhouse gas emissions provides wonderful clarity. No more wondering about the ‘last 20% of emissions’: it’s simple and clear. Everything – all buildings, cars, and industries – must be zero carbon in aggregate by 2050. Decarbonising buildings is probably the most challenging aspect. How do we shape low carbon solutions that people and places actually want? Here George Day & Arianna Griffa - from our Markets, Policy & Regulation Team - outline six potential steps to build markets that deliver solutions by 2050.
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Baxi and Bristol Energy trial heat-as-a-service with an eye towards zero carbon
In an industry first, two British companies have successfully trialled selling ‘heat-as-as-service’, in a move that experts believe will pave the way for the low carbon retrofit revolution.
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Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce report delivers 21 proposals
The Government-backed Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce, established in 2018, chaired by Energy Systems Catapult chief executive Philip New and following an unprecedented collaboration with more than 350 organisations, has made 21 key proposals to government and industry to effectively manage the increasing integration of electric vehicles with the energy system.
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Catapult to manage £16.5m Electrification of Heat Demonstration
Energy Systems Catapult has been appointed as Management Contractor for the £16.5 million Electrification of Heat Demonstration Project on behalf of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. The Project aims to overcome barriers to deployment and demonstrate the feasibility of a large-scale roll-out of heat pumps in Great Britain by installing the low carbon technology in 750 homes.
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Energy storage model to offer clearest ever view of its future role
The Storage and Flexibility Model has been built in response to the increasingly complex challenge of balancing supply and demand in the energy system, providing the most comprehensive view to date on how storage and flexibility technologies could help the UK decarbonise at least cost.
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Net Zero: Living Carbon Free
The Committee on Climate Change has advised that the UK should set a Net-Zero emissions target for 2050, including emissions from aviation and shipping. In this supporting analysis, Energy Systems Catapult has explored net zero from the point of view of households.
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Living Lab open for businesses to trial new heating products and services this winter
The Living Lab is open for innovation trials this winter. A unique real-world trial facility of 100 connected homes, where innovative businesses can rapidly design, market-test and launch smart energy products and services.
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Innovator Support Portal - SMEs Register Now!
We've launched a new Innovator Support Portal – providing SMEs with an online gateway to investors and international opportunities. It's the digital cousin to our Innovator Support Platform - Register now.
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Annual Impact Review 2018-2019
Get a taste of the vast array of activity and partnerships that Energy Systems Catapult were involved in during 2018-19 – touching every part of the energy system – and take a look at the year ahead.
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Energy Data Taskforce makes five recommendations
The Energy Data Taskforce, commissioned by Government, Ofgem, and Innovate UK, has set out five key recommendations that will modernise the UK energy system and drive it towards a Net Zero carbon future through an integrated data and digital strategy throughout the sector.
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Bid Opportunities
Energy Systems Catapult identifies opportunities to take part in industry funded partnership programmes to deliver collaborative projects. Our Funding Tracker provides details of some of the current funding opportunities in the Energy Industry as well as tenders and calls from Energy Systems Catapult.
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