Innovator Support
Energy Systems Catapult works with innovative companies of all sizes to develop, test and scale their ideas, products and services with tailored support to address systemic barriers, de-risk innovation, help businesses scale and secure investment. The three-tiered support, includes: Universal support available to all SMEs, Incubation support for selected SMEs, and Acceleration support to scale-up for high-impact potential SMEs.
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Innovator Support: AirEx – Smart Ventilation
Tens of millions of homes in the UK were built with low energy efficiency standards, leading to cold rooms and uncomfortable draughts and damp. London-based technology start-up, AirEx, has developed a smart ventilation control – or put more simply – an intelligent airbrick, and is testing the device in Energy Systems Catapult's Living Lab.
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"In an age where data is transforming every area of our lives, from driving to dating, it’s only appropriate that we take a long hard look at what data means for energy customers, and how it can be used more effectively to lower energy bills."

Claire Perry MP, Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth

Energy Data Taskforce
The Energy Data Taskforce has been created to advise government, regulators and industry on how to unlock value from data within the energy system to deliver greater competition, drive innovation in new products, services and business models, and ultimately produce a more efficient, cost-effective and that works for consumers.
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Rethinking Decarbonisation Incentives
The Rethinking Decarbonisation Incentives project is exploring how taking a ‘whole systems’ approach can help to reform how the UK puts a price on carbon emissions, to unleash innovation and clean growth across the economy.
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An Introduction to Interoperability in the Energy Sector
Interoperability is seen by many in the energy sector as key to unlocking flexibility services. This paper argues interoperability should be considered more broadly. Understanding its wider implications will be essential if the energy system and consumers of energy are to benefit from the potential of digitisation.
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