The Energy Data Management Canvas was developed to support Smart Local Energy System projects and guide the user through the process of putting together an appropriate data management plan, understand the overall picture and ask the right questions.
Equiwatt – part of our Energy Launchpad – has secured over £300,000 in investment to support the growth of their innovation that incentivises consumers to save energy at peak times through an app-based rewards scheme.
Siemens project – ‘Your Online Digital Architecture’ – developed partners Energy Systems Catapult and National Innovation Centre for Data, aims to deliver a ‘digitally integrated energy system’ under the Modernising Energy Data Access competition.
This groundbreaking project by Energy Systems Catapult found Net Zero by 2050 is possible if the UK supports innovation and scale-up across three essential areas – Low Carbon Technology, Land Use and Lifestyle.
The Energy Data Taskforce (EDTF) was commissioned by the UK Government, Ofgem and Innovate UK to develop an integrated data and digital strategy that helps unlock the opportunities of a modern, decarbonised and decentralised Energy System for the benefit of consumers.
Ofgem has announced their intention to introduce a licence condition requiring network companies to comply with Data Best Practice guidance which was developed with the Energy Systems Catapult. Dr Richard Dobson, author of the recent Energy Data Taskforce report, explains why this is an important step in driving low carbon innovation.
Energy Systems Catapult is developing a Digital Energy Fitness assessment for energy sector businesses that want to capture the opportunities of innovating to Net Zero.
Digitalisation for Net Zero assesses the potential of digital technology to transform the energy system, including real-world case studies being developed by UK innovators.
Data, if managed correctly, can be a valuable asset; delivering fascinating and useful insights. Manage it incorrectly, and data can be confusing, contradictory, or more trouble than it’s worth. Jake Verma offers insights into our work around the UK helping local innovation projects to Prosper from the Energy Revolution.
Kent-based software solutions provider SysMech has been chosen by Energy Systems Catapult to help develop a cloud-based digital platform for Living Lab 2.0.
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.
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.