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Social innovation agency, Nesta in Scotland, commissioned Energy Systems Catapult to help Scotland better understand which dwellings are most and least well suited to the transition to ground and air source heat pumps.
As part of Energy Systems Catapult’s Rethinking Electricity Market initiative, this report explores the role that locational price signals can play in minimising the cost of the future energy system. The focus of the study is on the role of energy markets and network use-of-system tariffs in offering locational price signals in operational timeframes.
Net Zero Carbon Policy is an Energy Systems Catapult thought leadership project, focusing on how the UK can develop an innovation-friendly, economy-wide policy framework for Net Zero. In this briefing, we set out how the UK can build on its existing regime of carbon targets to create a framework of policies and governance capable of delivering Net Zero.
Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) competition was set up by Innovate UK and the Modernising Energy Data group to help develop the concept of a Common Data Architecture for the Energy Sector. This report looks at how Data Interfaces can bring together different data sources and Energy Systems Catapult has created two minimum viable product Data Interfaces, which are able to both visualise complex energy data and integrate with the overarching MEDA solution.
Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) competition was set up by Innovate UK and the Modernising Energy Data group to help develop the concept of a Common Data Architecture for the Energy Sector. This report compiles a range of use cases, such as Operating a Local Flexibility Market, Heat-as-a-Service, and
Optimal Operation and Location Planning for Wind Turbines.
Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) competition was set up by Innovate UK and the Modernising Energy Data group to help develop the concept of a Common Data Architecture for the Energy Sector. This report amalgamates existing glossaries to form one authoritative sources for definitions and we have continued to work on this during this phase.
After 18 months of incredible growth, which has seen more SMEs than ever before access Energy Launchpad’s support offerings, the results of a recent survey shows that our SMEs and their businesses have overwhelmingly benefitted from the targeted support we have been able to provide.
The FRED trial (Flexibly-Responsive Energy Delivery), led by Evergreen Smart Power, is testing a software platform that integrates and manages energy technologies in real-time, reacting to grid conditions to increase or reduce their electricity consumption. This report looks are the experiences of 170 consumers using managed charging over the course of a year.
Where there is no one-size-fits-all low carbon solution that meets the needs of all localities, how can decision makers be supported and the wider benefits realised? The latest ERIS Insight examines the role of place-based innovation in decarbonising our local area and realising positive outcomes for our communities.
The Energy Launchpad International programme was designed to support UK energy SMEs to access overseas markets. The first pilot mission to India and Thailand has shown signs of great early impact, despite Covid turning the engagements into a “virtual mission”.
The FRED trial (Flexibly-Responsive Energy Delivery), led by Evergreen Smart Power, is testing a software platform that integrates and manages energy technologies in real-time, reacting to grid conditions to increase or reduce their electricity consumption. This report undertakes a nationally representative study to identify how to optimise Demand Side Response services to meet consumer needs.