MEP: Insights

This section captures some of the high-level insights presented in the MEP innovation programme final report and in webinars delivered to the public sector and those that were involved in the programme from industry.

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Resources

Final report executive summary and chapters

Our report Testing the practicalities of public sector decarbonisation details our findings and recommendations from Phase 2 of the Modern Energy Partners (MEP) innovation programme, tasked with exploring how to decarbonise the public sector estate.

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Executive summary

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Chapter 1 - Introduction and programme delivery

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Chapter 2 - Decarbonisation Delivery Strategy

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Chapter 3 - Finance and Funding

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Chapter 4 - Capacity and capability

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Chapter 5 - Public Sector Decarbonisation in Practice

Webinars

A series of webinars related to planning produced by the MEP team.

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Planning, funding and governance

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Delivery and timelines

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End of life assets and decarbonisation

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Constructing a monitoring framework

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Delivery - Skills and capability support

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Supply Chain webinar

Case studies

Case studies of projects MEP supported can be accessed here. Additional public sector case studies (from schools, local authorities, and the NHS) on the benefits of smart metering can be found in the Public Sector Smart Metering Guide. This document was published by BEIS and is available here.

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Case study - HMS Collingwood

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Case study - Catterick Garrison

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Case study - Goole District Hospital

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Case study - HMP Elmley

Glossary and index

A glossary of common terms used in the MEP programme, and an index for easy desktop navigation

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Glossary of terms

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MEP Index

Modern Energy Partners

Applying systems thinking to deliver the evidence and action plans needed by Government to achieve near-term carbon reduction and longer-term targets of Net Zero by 2050.

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