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Mark Buchanan explains how his background in IT and electronics became the springboard for setting up his low voltage infrastructure business, and how the Innovator Support Platform revealed an entirely new market for them to explore.
The Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration project is a three-year study into how drivers might use electric vehicles and the resulting impact on the energy system. It found that up to 95% of people would be happy to use ‘smart charging’ to avoid times of peak grid demand – if it cut their energy bills.
Setting carbon standards for energy could unleash the innovation needed to achieve a ‘Net Zero’ economy, particularly in hard-to-tackle sectors like heating, according to a new study by Energy Systems Catapult.
The Energy Data Taskforce, commissioned by Government, Ofgem, and Innovate UK, has set out five key recommendations that will modernise the UK energy system and drive it towards a Net Zero carbon future through an integrated data and digital strategy throughout the sector.
Former MP Laura Sandys and Ofcom director Cristina Data will join Energy Systems Catapult board as non-executive directors, while Hannah Bronwin is set to become Commercial Director.
A new, data-driven approach to designing low carbon heating and retrofit solutions for existing homes could help minimise the costs of upgrading the UK’s 27 million homes to meet climate targets, according to a study.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has launched a call for the next phase of the Prospering from the Energy Revolution (PFER) Programme, focussing on Detailed Designs for smart local energy systems.
Millions more households will have to switch to low carbon heating before 2030 if the UK is to achieve a ‘net zero’ future, underlining the need for new consumer-friendly technologies.
Official UK productivity statistics released today (5 April) fail to take account of the value delivered by business in reducing the nation’s carbon footprint, according to a new report published by Energy Systems Catapult.
The Future of Heat is a brand new event from the team who organise the annual Network Forum and Awards. The new conference will address the issues surrounding decarbonising heat across the UK, with a strong focus on learning from ongoing projects and developing both policy and technical solutions to current and future challenges.
A new Incubator and Accelerator is being launched – offering SMEs tailored support to de-risk innovation, help their businesses scale and secure investment.