- Building Energy System Modelling
- Business Modelling
- CCS, Industry and Hydrogen
- Consumer Insight
- Data Science
- Digital and Data
- Digital and Data Systems
- Dynamic Energy System Architecting
- Dynamic Energy System Simulation
- Energy Knowledge eXchange
- Energy System Integration Guides
- Future Power Systems Architecture
- Home Energy Services Gateway
- Infrastructure and Engineering
- Living Lab
- Local Energy System Modelling
- Markets, Policy and Regulation
- National Energy System Modelling
- Networks and Energy Storage
- Storage and Flexibility Modelling
- Systems Engineering and Integration
- Systems Integration
- Utility 2050
- Energy Revolution Integration Service
- Energy Town
- Innovator Support Services
- Insights and Evidence
- International Support
- Living Lab 2.0
- Major Programmes
- Modern Energy Partners
- Air Quality
- Business Models
- Carbon Capture & Storage
- Consumer engagement
- Demand side response
- Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce
- Electric vehicles
- Energy as a service
- Energy Data Taskforce
- Energy Efficiency
- Energy networks
- Energy storage
- Fair Futures
- Fuel Poverty
- Gas networks
- Heat Networks
- Heat pumps
- Local area energy planning
- Market change
- Net Zero
- Offshore wind
- Power systems
- Smart Local Energy Systems
- Smart systems
- Test and demonstration
- Thermal Energy Storage
- Whole Energy System
- Wind energy
- Zero Carbon Buildings
Smart Local Energy Systems are an emergent concept, both technically and commercially. This portfolio review is based upon analysis of outcomes from 11 concept designs as part of the Prospering from the Energy Revolution programme under the Industrial Strategy Clean Growth Fund.
The Energy Technologies Institute’s Nuclear Cost Drivers (ETI NCD) full technical report is the culmination of a project to demonstrates a credible path for nuclear energy to become a competitive Net Zero solution alongside renewable energy.
Net Zero Carbon Policy is a new thought leadership project, focusing on how the UK can build an innovation-friendly, economy-wide framework for Net Zero. We propose a set of guiding principles for designing and implementing policies to achieve Net Zero, with a sector led approach in the 2020s, towards a more coherent economy-wide carbon policy framework in the 2030s.
The Flexibly-Responsive Energy Delivery project, led by Evergreen Smart Power, is testing a software platform that provides Demand Side Response (DSR) by integrating and managing energy technologies in real time, reacting to grid conditions to increase or reduce their electricity consumption. This report summarises consumer insights on electric vehicle charging and DSR based on five participants from the FRED project.
The Flexibly-Responsive Energy Delivery project, 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. Energy Systems Catapult is gathering insights about consumers’ expectations, understanding and experiences of this flexible approach to energy consumption.
Ofgem commissioned Energy System Catapult and the Centre for Sustainable Energy to develop a methodology and initial set of quality standards that could be adopted as a framework for scaling up Local Area Energy Planning across Great Britain.
The Domestic heat demand study drew upon the latest UK Climate Projections to understand how future changes in average – and extreme – temperatures might affect the energy needs of households as part of the Net Zero transition.
This trial for the Energy Revolution Integration Service explored how smart heating controls may help vulnerable households afford the energy they need to be safe, healthy and comfortable.
Siemens project – ‘Your Online Digital Architecture’ – developed partners Energy Systems Catapult and National Innovation Centre for Data, aims to deliver a ‘digitally integrated energy system’ under the Modernising Energy Data Access competition.
The EU Flex project assessed the market for smart systems and flexibility across 31 European countries – producing this report with deep-dives into 6 key countries with market gaps that match current UK areas of strength.
This study explores why existing UK support for energy innovation is good at advancing new technologies through university funding and at supporting big industrial innovators in sectors like solar and offshore wind. But, it is poor at the bit in the middle: helping smaller innovators to commercialise.