Decarbonising heat is the biggest challenge the UK faces in terms of transforming the energy system to meet carbon reduction targets and achieve our clean growth ambitions.
Energy Systems Catapult is delivering the UK’s largest smart, consumer-focused project aimed at overcoming the barriers to the decarbonisation of residential heat – the Smart Systems and Heat (SSH) programme.
Focused on running consumer trials of smart energy services, exploring new business models and market structures (including interoperability) and developing Local Area Energy Plans within three local authorities areas. SSH2 was funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Creating a Living Lab to test ways to decarbonise heat – Matt Lipson
How do we enable a market transformation – John Fox
New Local Contexts – Richard Halsey
Social Dimensions of a Smarter Energy System – Jan Webb
Local Area Energy Strategy & Smart Energy Plan – Cllr Richard Young.
View the presentations
SSH2 Event: A new approach to decarbonising heat
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