Outputs

Outputs

The EnergyREV Consortium will produce a broad range of outputs. These are intended to provide evidence of the challenges, opportunities, and successful models (or unsuccessful models) for scaling up smart local energy systems.

These will include traditional academic research papers and also summarised and focused reports that will provide relevant information for a broad range of stakeholders and decision makers across the sector.

Early insights into the non optimal investment outcomes in the scale-up of smart local energy systems

Describing a local energy business sector in the United Kingdom

Common types of local energy system projects in the UK

Net Zero Localities: ambition and value in UK local authority investment

Net Zero Localities: ambition and value in UK local authority investment - September Webinar slides

These slides were presented as part of a EnergyREV webinar that took place on Monday 28th September 2020. They were presented by Mags Tingey and Jan Webb.

Policy and Regulatory Landscape Review Series: Working paper 2

Digital energy platforms - webinar recording 1 - July 2020 - Madeleine Morris

Section 1 of 3 of our Digital energy platforms webinar - Madeleine Morris

Digital energy platforms - webinar recording 2 - July 2020 - Jeff Hardy

Section 2 of 3 of Digital energy platforms - webinar recording 2 - July 2020 - Jeff Hardy

Digital energy platforms - webinar recording 2 - July 2020 - panel session and Q&A

Section 3 of 3 - Digital energy platforms - webinar recording 3 - July 2020 - panel session and Q&A - Kelsey Devine, Project Manager at Piclo and Dinker Bhardwaj, Head of Data Policy in the Electricity Systems team at BEIS.

Developing a multi-criteria assessment framework for smart local energy systems (July 2020)

The energy revolution: cyber physical advances and opportunities for smart local energy systems (June 2020)

Early insights into system impacts of Smart Local Energy Systems (June 2020)

Developing a research portal on smart local energy systems – Introduction and background (May 2020)

Developing an organising framework - How do we create successful smart local energy systems? (May 2020)

Policy and Regulatory Landscape Review Series: Working paper 1

A framework for understanding and conceptualising smart local energy systems (October 2019)