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Most energy consumers like the idea of being part of a ‘smart local energy system’ where homes and businesses generate and sell their own clean power and provide flexibility to help balance the grid, according to a new Home Truths survey.
The interactive map provides an overview of the cutting-edge facilities that innovators can access across the United Kingdom, encompassing a wide range of capabilities to cater to a large variety of innovations.
Innovative housing association Bromford are joining our Living Lab to explore how smart heating can improve comfort, control and cost for households at risk of fuel poverty – while providing vital data on the thermal performance of homes.
Building performance technology company arbnco is calling on UK SMEs to participate in an energy efficiency research project, which aims to boost SME access to energy efficiency measures and help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets.
Energy Systems Catapult will act as Management Contractor for the £16.5 million Electrification of Heat Demonstration Project on behalf of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
UK businesses are being invited to apply for an innovation project aimed at improving air quality and electric vehicle integration in India.
A new report, released today by The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), reveals that managed or ‘smart’ charging could support the widespread integration of low carbon cars and vans into the energy system, to meet the UK’s 2050 climate change targets.
The Catapult’s new whole energy system modelling tool is to provide the most comprehensive view to date on how storage and flexibility technologies could help the UK decarbonise at least cost.
Energy Systems Catapult is to develop a best practice guide for the handling of energy data encompassing a wide range views from across the sector.
One hundred and eighty-four companies have been identified by Energy Systems Catapult in the first scoping 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.
Scottish proptech firm arbnco has been awarded funding for the Government innovation competition “Boosting Access for SMEs to Energy Efficiency” (BASEE) and will work with Energy Systems Catapult to build a digital platform to help make the UK’s 5.7m SMEs more energy efficient.