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Introduction The Energy Data Taskforce, led by Laura Sandys and Energy Systems Catapult, was tasked with
‘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.
One hundred and eighty-four companies have been identified by Energy Systems Catapult in the first scoping of the UK’s Digital Energy Landscape. The Catapult is calling on digital energy businesses to scrutinise the landscape, decide if they have been correctly classified or identified at all, and engage with the Catapult’s Innovator Support Platform to suggest any changes or omissions.
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.
The Living Lab is a unique real-world trial facility of 100 connect homes, where innovative businesses can rapidly design, market-test and launch smart energy products and services.
Energy Systems Catapult can quickly support innovators to identify, develop and test solutions that extract new value from their data. Find out how you could benefit with this asset guide.
A guide to Energy Sector Testing & Demonstration Facilities has been created to provide the sector with a broader understanding of the test and demonstration landscape both in the UK and worldwide.
The internationally peer reviewed Energy System Modelling Environment (ESME) tool is used to inform and support energy strategy and planning policy for Government and industry. This document provides visibility of which sources have been used as evidence to populate the ESME datasets.
The Dynamic Energy Systems Simulation team uses a first-of-a-kind whole system simulation tool – EnergyPath® Operations – to analyse the behaviour of technologies, business models and information technology solutions within simulated future energy system designs, so that decisions can be made more quickly and more cheaply than by running real world trials.