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Growing demand for a green recovery from Covid-19 – has strengthened the findings from a 12-month study released today into how the West Midlands can capture the benefits of cleaner economic growth.
Three locations and three delivery contractors have been announced to install electric heat pumps into 750 homes for the $14.6m Electrification of Heat Demonstration project being managed by Energy Systems Catapult.
New analysis has found that committing to a further 10GW of new nuclear beyond Hinkley Point C is a low regrets option for the UK as it targets a Net Zero economy, but that costs need to fall significantly if the technology is to fulfil its long-term potential.
Portsmouth International Port will be piloting a smart energy system to significantly decarbonise their energy operations as part of a new project, Port Energy Systems Optimisation.
Existing Innovate UK award holders at risk of abandoning projects directly related to COVID-19 – may be eligible for a share of up to £90 million being made available in continuity grants, paid upfront, to SMEs and third sector organisations.
Energy Systems Catapult is developing a Digital Energy Fitness assessment for energy sector businesses that want to capture the opportunities of innovating to Net Zero.
Energy Systems Catapult is launching an Innovator Challenge call providing acceleration support to innovative SMEs in collaboration with Climate-KIC and supported by Energy Capital part of the West Midlands Combined Authority.
UK businesses driving innovation and development will be helped through the coronavirus outbreak with a £1.25 billion government support package from the UK Government.
We’re offering free virtual ‘Meet the Experts’ sessions for our Living Lab now, to help UK businesses striving to accelerate their energy innovations to market.
Scottish energy firm Biskit Controls has become the latest business to begin demonstrating an innovation in the Energy System Catapult’s 100-home Living Lab.
Kent-based software solutions provider SysMech has been chosen by Energy Systems Catapult to help develop a cloud-based digital platform for Living Lab 2.0.