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The UK-India Green Business Portfolio features 24 British and Indian companies who are bringing innovative approaches to improving air quality, measuring pollution levels, and reducing traffic emissions by accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.
Two hundred and twelve companies have been identified by Energy Systems Catapult following feedback from the sector in the first scoping of the UK’s Digital Energy Landscape.
Decarbonising heat is key to achieving Net Zero, and innovators have a vital role to play. Here is our overview of the decarbonisation challenge and how we can tackle it through low carbon home heating innovation.
A new report by Energy Systems Catapult found Net Zero by 2050 is possible if the UK supports innovation and scale-up. The report was accompanied by the Catapult’s flagship event for 2020: The presentation slides are now available to download.
We have put together an interactive manual to provide energy innovators with clear, structured techniques to help consider consumer protection, whether you are designing a new innovation or already have the technology and service available.
As a follow up to the Energy Data Taskforce’s findings the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Ofgem and Innovate UK commissioned Energy Systems Catapult to develop Data Best Practice Guidance to help organisations understand how they can manage and work with data in a way that delivers the vision outlined by the Taskforce.
‘An Introductory Guide to the GB Energy Industry’ is a series of eight separate chapters commissioned by Energy Systems Catapult and Energy Innovation Centre. This is Chapter 8 – Emerging trends and the future.
Systems thinking in the energy system is a working document and is intended to help stakeholders enter a ‘Systems Thinking’ mindset and starts to develop a shared language for discussing whole energy system thinking.
Creating innovative new energy products and services to help transform the market is difficult, especially when it is hard to
know what installation challenges may emerge and how much it will cost to get them into people’s homes. Find out how the Living Lab could help.
We can help you work with consumers with health conditions, on low incomes, without access to the internet, or who speak English as a second language. That way you’ll be able to test whether your new product and service works well for everyone.
Innovative businesses can rapidly design, price and trial new heat services with people in our Living Lab of 100-homes upgraded with room-by-room sensors and smart heating controls.