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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.
The Energy Revolution Integration Service (ERIS) has published a summary of key insights from their national survey of public opinion on smart local energy systems (SLES) and local energy.
The Energy Revolution Integration Service has developed a framework to drive user-centric design in the new energy products and services that are required of the emerging Net Zero energy system.
Digital Twins are becoming more and more prevalent within a multitude of sectors and potentially offer significant capabilities to address key aspects of the question: ‘How do we strategically decarbonise energy?’.
This high-level feasibility report was commissioned by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – Central Modelling Team following their creation and hosting of the Digital Twin symposium group in 2020.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the energy sector. In this white paper we highlight key areas of impact both now and those that need to be transformed in the next five years.
At Energy Systems Catapult we work with a wide range of stakeholders to understand and communicate approaches to innovation and best practice within Energy, Machine Learning, Data Science and AI.
Energy Data Taskforce: Two Years On is a review of the EDTF recommendations, conducted through semi-structured interviews with members of the energy industry who are at the forefront of delivering the recommendations, including identification and assessment of activities that have taken place since.
The Department Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy commissioned Energy Systems Catapult to review how innovation could enable low income and vulnerable (LIV) consumers to participate in a smart, flexible energy market.
Energy Systems Catapult’s new report Enabling Smart Local Energy Systems: Finance and Investment has found that local authorities can play a pivotal role in delivering Net Zero by leveraging public funding to scale up the private finance needed, however new approaches are needed to do so effectively.
Energy Systems Catapult has explored new techniques for electricity price forecasts using supply-demand data to support the development of local energy market business models and innovation. The Probabilistic Day-Ahead Wholesale Price Forecasting report outlines a proof of concept for three potential forecasting models to the GB wholesale market and compares them to better understand their capabilities and limits for probabilistic price forecasting.
The Energy White Paper launched in December was designed to present a vision for how government intends to make the transition to a Net Zero energy system by 2050. This insight article focuses specifically on the impact for Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES).