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A new report by Energy Systems Catapult has found Net Zero by 2050 is possible if the UK supports innovation and scale-up across three essential areas – Low Carbon Technology, Land Use and Lifestyle.
With the UK legislating a target to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions across the economy by 2050, the case for an enduring policy framework to decarbonise buildings is clear: everything – all buildings, cars, and industries – must be zero carbon in aggregate by 2050.
This report describes the lessons learned from developing and using a Living Lab of real homes and consumers and how this might be developed and used in the future to support innovation in decarbonising domestic energy for government and industry.
This report details the findings of the 2018/19 Living Lab Winter Trial, where households were offered the chance to buy heat as a service with ‘Heat Plans’ that sold them ‘Warm Hours’ instead of kilowatt hours.
This report describes findings from a trial conducted over the winter of 2018-19 to understand if homeowners could use a hybrid heating system to get comfortably warm at home.
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce has made 21 key proposals to government and industry following an unprecedented collaboration including more than 350 organisations including many household names.
A collaboration between the Catapult and the Advanced Propulsion Centre, the aim of the Decarbonising Road Freight project was to explore pathways for reducing emissions from the freight sector with a focus on heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
Rethinking Electricity Markets is an Energy Systems Catapult initiative to develop proposals to reform electricity markets so that they best enable innovative, efficient, whole energy system decarbonisation. This part of the project focused on one element of the design – security of supply.
Rethinking Electricity Markets is an Energy Systems Catapult initiative to develop proposals to reform electricity markets so that they best enable innovative, efficient, whole energy system decarbonisation.
The Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration project delivered unique and detailed insight on mainstream consumer behaviour when using and charging battery and hybrid electric vehicles, to understand the changes that will be required of existing infrastructure with the growth in low carbon transport.
‘Smarter Charging: A UK Transition to Low Carbon Vehicles’, released by The Energy Technologies Institute lay the foundations for how extensive access to vehicle smart charging can prevent energy system a barriers to mass-market uptake of electric vehicles.