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Citizens’ juries have emerged in recent years as a way to engage citizens with complex policy, political and ethical choices. They have a long heritage in other areas of policy (e.g. abortion in Ireland). They are a great way for bringing people to a consensus on how to tackle tricky problems that will affect everyone. This was Dr Matt Lipson’s experience with the Climate Assembly.
The Prime Minister’s 10-point package marks the first substantial climate intervention by a PM since the start of the coalition. That matters. It gives a clear signal outside and, just as importantly, inside Government that Net Zero is a priority.
Why should the UK be investing in a Living Lab made up of 100 existing homes upgraded to become digitally connected smart-homes? And how is this relevant to Net Zero? Rebecca Sweeney explains.
There has been plenty of technical debate over the years about the best way to put a price on carbon emissions. Some favour a carbon tax while others favour emissions trading systems. There are arguments on both sides. However if Government is serious about Net Zero, it must implement a UK Emissions Trading System in 2021.
Imagine a world where energy suppliers and service providers use data from smart meters and smart thermostats, energy networks and local area energy plans to design tailored packages of low carbon products and services for households that deliver greater comfort at a price people are willing to pay. UKRI Modernising Energy Data Applications Challenge Competition is launching on 12 October. Richard Halsey explains more.
Net Zero Carbon Policy is a new thought leadership project, with our first report, Accelerating to Net Zero: A sector led approach to an economy-wide carbon policy framework, setting out eight recommendations and some guiding principles for designing and implementing policies to achieve Net Zero.
Whether you are local authority involved in social housing or energy projects, a business owner or technology developer considering social landlords as a customer, a housing developer or social landlord wanting to improve your services to your residents, while at the same time creating new revenue streams and helping the environment. We are keen to better understand the motivations and challenges to installation of innovative low carbon technology in social housing.
Local Energy Asset Representation (LEAR) pulls together information on energy generation, storage and distribution assets, social factors like fuel poverty and characteristics like building types and local geography using data analysis and aspects of machine learning. It enables planners and innovators to strategically decide how they might deploy and grow low carbon businesses.
Energy Systems Catapult joined Linklaters to deliver a webinar exploring Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) in the context of ESC’s Innovating to Net Zero report. A recording of the session is available.
Balancing energy supply and demand in a net zero energy system will be a world away from how we balance our current system. Batteries will be important, whether they are in our cars, in our homes or elsewhere – but batteries can’t do it alone. Dr Alex Buckman delves into four storage and flexibility technologies as part of our Innovating to Net Zero series.
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.