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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...

Local Values & Business Models: a look at energy services

New business models for energy service provision will be important to the Net Zero transition: they can help to improve effective delivery of energy services, w...

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 hydrogen in meeting UK’s net-zero target by 2050

The UK has set the ambitious target of bringing all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. This will require substantial decarbonisation across the energ...

Plug and play: The impact of plug-in frequency on the potential of vehicle to grid to support transport and electricity system decarbonisation

Bi-directional electric vehicle (EV) charging, or 'vehicle to grid' (V2G), can provide electricity system flexibility in the same way as stationary battery stor...

Delivering an inclusive green recovery for UK industry

The UK Government aims dramatically to reduce the carbon emissions from industrial activities, while maximising advantages for UK industry from the global shift...

Policies to unleash UK community energy finance

For the past decade, the typical UK community energy project has delivered decentralised and democratically owned, renewable power generation. These have typica...

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...

Understanding overlapping climate policies: Internal carbon leakage and the punctured waterbed

Europe is seeing increasing unilateral action by individual EU member states wishing to “do more” than what the EU ETS centrally provides. For example, Grea...

Supporting smart metering innovation to drive energy savings for homes and small businesses

Smart meters are being rolled out to homes, small businesses and schools across Great Britain. They will play an important part in Britain’s transition to a l...

Can the Market Alone deliver EV charge points?

This paper focusses on identifying the market failures associated with electric vehicle charge point investment, and developing a methodology that help identify...

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...
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