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.
Clear articulation of how carbon policy is linked to productivity is currently missing in official figures, but such a framework would help guide policy decisions, according to the latest report from Energy Systems Catapult’s Rethinking Decarbonisation Incentives project.
This inter-disciplinary conference will bring together researchers, practitioners and policy-makers on local energy systems, to consider how best to exploit low carbon sources of energy, and manage or reduce energy demand.
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.
The Smart Systems and Heat Phase 2 programme recently held a dissemination event to share the findings and build partnerships to put into action: A new approach to decarbonising heat.
Digital technology has the potential to make low carbon heat a better, more consumer-friendly option for all UK households. The Smart Systems and Heat programme has focused on learning how to enable the market to deliver this.
‘An Introductory Guide to the GB Energy Industry’ is a series of eight separate chapters commissioned by Energy Systems Catapult and Energy Innovation Centre. This is Chapter 6 – Energy policy.
A new Incubator and Accelerator is being launched – offering SMEs tailored support to de-risk innovation, help their businesses scale and secure investment.
Energy data has massive potential to transform many aspects of our lives, but how will it affect the future of energy? Dr Richard Dobson, Technical Collaboration Consultant in Energy Systems Catapult’s Digital team, describes a world which harnesses energy data.
Energy Systems Catapult has responded a consultation by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on The Future of Small-Scale Low-Carbon Generation: Smart Export Guarantee 2019.
In welcoming Energy Minister Claire Perry’s plans for continuing carbon pricing policy after Brexit, George Day says there is a lot of scope for the UK to improve the incentives for businesses and consumers to cut their carbon emissions, and to reward low carbon innovators.
‘An Introductory Guide to the GB Energy Industry’ is a series of eight separate chapters commissioned by Energy Systems Catapult and Energy Innovation Centre. This is Chapter 5 – GB Energy Networks.