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UK Heat Networks: The prospects of decarbonisation through developing a heat marketplace

As active energy consumers of today we need to re-think how we source our heat in our homes and businesses simply by questioning ourselves how this can be done ...

Comparative assessment of electrification and low carbon gases for decarbonising heating in buildings

Comparative assessment of electrification and low carbon gases for decarbonising heating in buildings Pooya Hoseinpoori, Sustainable Gas Institute & Cent...

Options and costs of using hydrogen for heating

Converting the UK gas networks to deliver low-carbon hydrogen has moved from an academic concept (Dodds & Demoullin, 2013) to become the subject of major resear...

The role of policy in creating opportunities for alternative futures in heat decarbonisation

This paper analyses key decision-making processes relating to alternative pathways for heat decarbonisation in the UK. Decarbonising heating is a key element of...

Technological phase-out experiences in the Energy Sector: Using historic and international analogues to inform ‘net zero’ heat decarbonisation policymaking in the UK

Decarbonising heat is seen as probably the most difficult policy and technology challenge to meet the UK’s net-zero carbon emission targets. In the context of...

Net zero heating: identifying evolvable least-cost system architectures for the UK

The UK’s 2019 commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 has profound implications for all sectors of the UK economy. Good progress has been achieved ...

BEIS Heat Networks Consumer Survey

Philip Cole, BEIS The Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) are supporing investment in heat networks as a means of decarbonising heatin...

Experimenting with Heat Plans to discover how to help businesses and governments harness energy services to build an energy system people will want to pay for

Matthew Lipson, Energy Systems Catapult There is a growing consensus that we need to put consumers at the heart of the energy system if we are to transform it ...

Political Power and the Development of UK Domestic Heat Policy

Mr Richard  Lowes, University of Exeter Energy Policy Group, United Kingdom Heat is around half of the UK’s total energy demand and its generation is res...

Heating systems in buildings for the security of stability of the European electric power system

Mr Pirmin  Boch, University of Hohenheim, Germany Due to the steadily increasing part of renewable energy in the European power system, ensuring the stabil...
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