Rebecca Sweeney of Energy Systems Catapult provides on overview of the Smart Systems and Heat
Matt Lipson of Energy Systems Catapult shares the latest insights in decarbonising heat in Chatham
Last week we released an updated version of our internationally peer-reviewed Energy Systems Modelling Environment (ESME) tool, incorporating new data on electricity and heat generating capacity, insights on
storage and flexibility, and updates to the network and the Graphical User Interface.
Dr Rose Chard co-authored a peer-reviewed study to be published in Energy Policy journal exploring how emerging low-carbon innovations may complement, or indeed complicate, achieving energy justice outcomes for vulnerable households. Lead author is Sussex University Professor of Energy Policy Benjamin Sovacool, alongside Energy Systems Catapult’s Consumer Insight business Lead Dr Matt Lipson.
Government and Ofgem have launched a review into the codes which govern our energy system and are holding a workshop on the code review to seek stakeholders views and inform our thinking.
Dr. Rose Chard of Energy Systems Catapult explores how the future energy system could serve
A Smart Energy Plan has been developed for Bridgend County Borough Council with support from Energy Systems Catapult, Welsh Government, the Energy Technologies Institute and other stakeholders.
Bristol Energy has become the first energy supplier in the UK to trial selling ‘heat as a service’, rather than kilowatt hours (kWh). Working on the trial with Energy Systems Catapult in our Living Lab, Bristol Energy is offering households the chance to buy a ‘Heat Plan’ tailored to their individual home and lifestyle.
Energy Systems Catapult has explored the issues and challenges associated with policy mechanisms to deliver climate mitigation in the AFOLU sectors.
Energy Systems Catapult policy advisor, Dr Danial Sturge, explores the agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU) sector and policies to incentivise lower emissions, following the publication of a new report as part of Energy Systems Catapult’s Rethinking Decarbonisation Incentives project.
Public sector sites, including a university and military bases, will host a ground-breaking pilot project to develop smart, integrated energy solutions to cut energy costs and carbon emissions across the public sector estate, in a collaborative project between Energy Systems Catapult, the Cabinet Office and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
A Catapult working group has undertaken a consultation on behalf of InnovateUK to better understand the issues and concerns of the multitude of groups involved in the transition to wide scale adoption of passenger electric vehicles.