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A fast-paced, quick-fire, hour-long webinar with a minimum of six speakers will tell the story of the Prospering from the Energy Revolution Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. If you’re part of the smart systems community this is the start of the ultimate mini-series.

If you’re part of the smart systems community the ultimate mini-series is heading your way. Starting on 5 November, a fast-paced, quick-fire, hour-long webinar with a minimum of six speakers will tell the story of Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) and the Prospering from the Energy Revolution (PFER) ISCF.

PFER is a £102m programme focussed on the integration of power, heat, digital and transport and the business models needed to enable Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) to scale towards net zero. PFER features 170 businesses funded to deliver around 40 projects; now is the time to bring the smart systems community together.

This is your chance to hear from the various parts of the PFER programme including demonstrators, designs, key technology and data projects alongside our intellectual powerhouse EnergyRev and the Energy Revolution Integration Service delivered via the Energy Systems Catapult.

Episodes in the series will feature a wide variety of project presentations (both PFER and non-PFER funded projects) as well as insights from investors, entrepreneurs, government departments and regulators. Whilst we may end up changing the scope a little based on your feedback, the current plan is as follows.

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  1. 1. Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Six in Sixty Mini Series Episode 1: PFER overview Thursday 5th November 2020
  2. 2. Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Local foundations for a better net zero. Rob Saunders PFER Challenge Director, UKRI 2
  3. 3. 3This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND THE REVOLUTION IS NOW!
  4. 4. WHY LOCAL ?
  5. 5. Prospering from the Energy Revolution - Programme Aims and activity Future energy model proving Prove Investible Scalable Local Energy Business Models Unlock Finance Accelerate New Products & Services to Commercialisation Build UK Leadership Objectives Activities ERIS
  6. 6. 6 Since April 2018, we’ve been busy….
  7. 7. Groundbreaking local projects 7 Demonstrators (half-way through) Detailed Designs (just starting)
  8. 8. Demonstrating…. 8 Integrated intelligently to please consumers In scalable, replicable and investable models Town-Scale power, heat and mobility services
  9. 9. 9This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  10. 10. Thankyou @RobS_energy rob.saunders@innovateuk.ukri.org 10
  11. 11. Demo Projects Derek Allen UKRI 11
  12. 12. REFLEX – archetypal island renewable virtual energy system LEO – transition to Distributed System Operator ESO – Electrification of transport and heat + transmission connected hybrid energy storage West Sussex - Distributed asset management including renewables, heat networks, battery storage, EVs Four large scale demonstrators - trials of digitally-enabled local energy markets with 1,000s of connected energy assets
  13. 13. Energy Superhub Oxford Tim Rose 13
  14. 14. Powering a zero carbon Oxford
  15. 15. Energy Superhub Oxford | 15 Our consortiumEnergy Superhub Oxford (ESO) is a world-first project pioneering an integrated approach to decarbonising power, transport and heat to accelerate Oxford’s journey to zero carbon. It will showcase a powerful network of: • hybrid battery energy storage • rapid electric vehicle charging • low carbon heating, and • smart energy management providing a model for cities around the world to cut carbon emissions and improve air quality. What is Energy Superhub Oxford?
  16. 16. Energy Superhub Oxford | 16 Enabling more renewable energy • World’s largest hybrid battery energy storage system • 50MW hybrid battery will combine 50MW lithium- ion and 2MW vanadium flow technology with ‘overdrive’ • Connected to the transmission network • The system will help to balance electricity supply and demand and maximise use of renewable energy • Optimisation & Trading Engine will unlock synergies and optimise system for Firm Frequency Response (FFR) and energy trading, including day-ahead and intra-day markets and Balancing Mechanism Power innovation
  17. 17. Energy Superhub Oxford | 17 Kick starting an electric vehicle revolution • World’s first transmission-connected EV charging network – 8km providing up to 25MW • Public superhub with enough power for 100 ultra-rapid chargers • First 40 of Council’s 340 EVs electrified – plans for 25% of fleet by 2023 • Smart charging technology will shift demand overnight to reduce costs • ‘Try before you buy’ scheme supporting Hackney Carriage drivers to make switch to zero emission vehicles • Capacity to grow in line with EV adoption – Buses, fleets etc. Transport innovation
  18. 18. Energy Superhub Oxford | 18 Low carbon heating solutions • 300 homes and commercial properties in and around Oxford will benefit from innovative low carbon heating solution which combines: - Ground source heat pumps - Smart controls - Time of use tariff • Optimises heat production for cost and carbon savings • Shared ground loop arrays and new ‘shoebox’ heat pumps make technology easier and cheaper to install • Users benefit from lower bills and kWh usage at cheaper and cleaner times of day • First 60 installations at Blackbird Leys with Stonewater underway Heat innovation
  19. 19. Energy Superhub Oxford | 01 (JPEG) Buses (120 city fleet & Stagecoach) Then extension to commercial fleets, logistics hubs, other Park & Rides, Motorway Service Areas and more… And this is the first of 40 ‘Superhub’ projects! ESO Tomorrow
  20. 20. Powering a zero carbon Oxford Thank you!
  21. 21. Designs Projects David Richardson UKRI 21
  22. 22. UK Research and Innovation Detailed Designs of Smart Local Energy Systems David Richardson Innovation Lead for Energy Systems
  23. 23. UK Research and Innovation • Analysis of current generation, demand and consumption assets • User research to understand consumer, business and industrial needs of energy • Development of functional local energy markets to promote the roll-out of low carbon technologies • Development of legal entities, financial structures and procurement models • A comprehensive, investment ready energy system design to meet the localities net-the zero ambitions Quantification of potential risks and benefits, including; • Energy system impacts • Economic Benefits (e.g. energy costs) • Environmental impacts (e.g. CO2, local pollution etc) • A strong focus on digital tools for planning and data enabled business models
  24. 24. UK Research and Innovation
  25. 25. UK Research and Innovation Energy Revolution: Design project locations Detailed Designs • Coleraine • Warrington • Liverpool • Coventry • Greater Manchester • Peterborough • Milford Haven • Islington (London) • Southend • Rugeley
  26. 26. UK Research and Innovation Urban, mixed residential and commercial (x1) Coastal urban town (x2) Small city or large town with mixed consumer types (x3) Ports and industrial communities (x1) Large city (x2) Regional town and surrounding rural area (x2) Project archetypes covered by the Detailed Design projects
  27. 27. Detailed Designs RESO (Coventry) Kate Ashworth 27
  28. 28. RESO – Regional Energy Systems Operator A detailed design for a new smart local energy system for Coventry Kate Ashworth Energy Infrastructure Lead Energy Capital, West Midlands Combined Authority
  29. 29. Energy Capital Source: https://www.regen.co.uk/local-leadership-to-transform-our-energy- system/ Energy Capital is the smart energy innovation partnership for the West Midlands. The Energy Capital partnership works together to co- ordinate collaborative public-private investment into smart energy innovation across the region. Working with local authorities, regulators, energy companies and national government, the Energy Capital team, based within the West Midlands Combined Authority, is responsible for the delivery of the Regional Energy Strategy and securing the investment and powers necessary to enable this. Our aim is to create an attractive environment for energy innovation to thrive in the West Midlands and position the region as a leader in the global transition to net zero.
  30. 30. Project partners Camirus Ltd
  31. 31. RESO – What’s the big idea?
  32. 32. Inputs Outputs Main activities City of Coventry Growth and Carbon Objectives Investment plans Asset data Operational data West Midlands Local Industrial and Energy Strategies WPD Cadent Gas TfWM City Council Institutionandorganisationdesign WP6 WP 1 Stakeholder engagement WP 7 Finance and investment WP 8 Project management Validated smart local energy system design for Coventry Operating model for Coventry SLES Institutional and organisational model for large scale investment and regional replication Data foundations WP2 WP4 Smart local energy infrastructure design WP3 Operating model (market) design WP 5 Design validation Informed design
  33. 33. Energy Innovation Zone • Coventry designated one of the first Energy Innovation Zones (EIZ) • BEIS funded, OFGEM sponsored project to define the process of establishing an EIZ • Useful tools to be integrated into ERIS toolkit • Value Capture • Cost benefit analysis
  34. 34. Where PFER adds value Recognised challenges • Development of a truly integrated solutions • Want to move away from a more individual project based approach • Silos vs Systems • Financing a systems approach • Reducing risk to leverage funding How PFER helps tackle these challenges • Resource to develop an entirely cross- vector approach with all the right partners • A spotlight on the role of local and combined authorities in the gestation of local energy systems • Development of tangible models to take to market to gauge appetite • Wider resource of learning across the PFER programme
  35. 35. Key Tech Projects Harsh Pershad UKRI 36
  36. 36. The PFER ISCF is developing new technologies to enable smart local energy systems 20% bill reduction through energy trading Field-trials of innovative energy storage Real-time markets Blockchain +Virtual Power Plant + Artificial Intelligence Connected user hardware and software for heat systems Smarter & faster EV charging Heat network metering Examples from the 16 projects in the £4.5m PFER ISCF Key Technology Components portfolio Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  37. 37. Project Title Theme(s) Lead (Partners) Domestic Infrastructure and Network Optimisation (DINO) Distribution network and Evs communications Evergreen Smart Power Ltd. (Energy Assets, myenergi) ADVENT – Advanced Data-driven Virtual Electricity Network Tracking Software-as-a-service for optimising using data on distribution network Crowdcharge (U. of Reading, Hanger19) Smart HOme Control for ENergy System Integration (SHOCENSI) Optimise value of assets through time-of-use Powervault Ltd. Bank Energi III End-to-end software for energy trading Consortio Ltd. (LSBU, WWU, Fintricity, IBECCS, CarbonTrack, 4D Energy Advisory, Tonik Energy) URBAN-X , Urban Local energy trading exchange Peer-to-peer, Virtual Power Plant, Blockchain Qbots (Keele Uni) v-powerChain: a distributed and intelligent virtual power plant for micro- to medium-scale renewables Blockchain, AI, Virtual Power Plant UrbanChain Ltd Smarter local electrical energy systems Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  38. 38. Project Title Theme Lead (Partners) Port Energy Systems Optimisation (PESO) Smart energy for ports Blue Tech Ventures Ltd. (Swanbarton, Portsmouth International Port, ESC) EV Fleet-centred Local Energy System Software platform for EV fleets/prosumers to optimise infrastructure UKPN (Moixa, UPS, Cross River Partnership) Maximising Grid Services from Electric Vehicles (M-GSEV) Integrate grid services into EV charging EV.Energy Ltd. (Gengame) Hypervolt Optimised residential EV charging Hypervolt Rail-Charge Use rail electric network to charge EVs at stations Rina Consulting Birmingham Uni, Electric BlueUK Smarter local transport energy systems Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  39. 39. Project Title Theme Lead (Partners) Open Protocol Cloud Metering for Heat Networks IoT Sycous Ltd CODES: The Control of District-heating Efficiency through Smart data-driven models IoT/Machine Learning VRM Technology Ltd Thermochemical seasonal solar energy storage for building applications (SeasonalStorage) Solar + heat storage + smart controller Environmental Process Systems Ltd. Heat Networks as Flexible Grid Assets API for heat network management Minibems Guru Engage: increasing customer engagement on heat networks to enable innovative commercial models Hardware and software for heat network billing Guru Systems (Fairheat) Smarter local heat energy systems Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  40. 40. Key Tech Projects: Guru Systems Nic Mason 41
  41. 41. Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Six in Sixty Nic Mason, Chief Product Officer - Guru Systems
  42. 42. Intelligent technology for the future of heat 43 Guru Systems develops intelligent technology to make energy systems more transparent, lower cost and lower carbon. 8 years providing IoT for energy systems 30+ people in our growing team 28k+ devices delivered across the UK
  43. 43. Guru Smart Stat Guru Engage IHD Guru Pay II Smart thermostat technology for property managers, not just residents Funding competition Key technology components for local energy systems 44 Standalone in-home display helps to engage residents on heat networks with their energy use Next generation payment management platform for the future of heat tariffs In pilot In development In development
  44. 44. 02 Thank you Nic Mason nic.mason@gurusystems.com www.gurusystems.com 45
  45. 45. Data Projects Matt Hastings UKRI 46
  46. 46. PFER Data Competitions “Modernising Energy Data”
  47. 47. 1. Energy Data Taskforce (EDTF): ‘Articulate problem, identify solutions’ 2. Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA): £1.9m SBRI * - ‘Make data available and accessible’ 3. Energy Data Best Practice Guidance 4. Local Energy Data Innovation (LEDI): local energy user needs and use cases https://www.regen.co.uk/publications/local-energy-data-innovation/ 5. Modernising Energy Data Applications (MEDApps): £2m SBRI – ‘Stimulate market’ Apply now: https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/736/overview (closes 18 Nov) Modernising Energy Data Strategy *Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI)
  48. 48. Modernising Energy Data Strategy: Long Term Vision BEIS Government Dept’s Collaborate and Utilise Energy MEDA ingests data from multiple sources FinanceTransport DCMS Regulatory bodies collaborate and utilise Buildings Weather Socio – demo Geo-spatial DFT HMT GDS OFGEMOFWAT OFCOM CO FSA ORR ICO More informed/agile policy More informed/agile regulation MEDApps uses the data to build new applications Consumer / business / societal benefits
  49. 49. Ice Breaker One Gavin Starks 50
  50. 50. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license 1. Develop an open standard that enables open marketplaces for data- sharing to flourish 2. Lay the foundations for interoperable and cohesive energy data infrastructure 3. Build on existing work and investments in existing initiatives to enable discovery and use
  51. 51. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license Four Advisory Groups; 60 individuals Meetings of Advisory Groups show strong engagement and awareness. Core policy, regulatory, operational and technical dimensions well understood. Use Case developed, shared and endorsed by groups. Core components of prototype Open Energy Governance Platform (OEGP) and knowledge graph completed, live, and ready to access data. Regular, weekly updates from w/c 26th October. At the halfway point, we have made good progress towards our objectives: 1. Stakeholder engagement: Three-month programme convening industry & public sector to deliver a minimum viable Open Energy Standard based on needs 1. OEGP and knowledge graph prototyping & testing: Develop a prototype OEGP through which market rules can be applied in response to the needs articulated in the MEDA Phase One Discovery. Overview — progress
  52. 52. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license Advisory Group 1 — User, Market and Societal Needs Local Authority Use Case Understand the variables and impact on DNO ‘headroom’ and any transmission constraints as they plan LCT retrofit Detailed needs analysis Across all aspects of the customer journey to establish functionality and service delivery model Business model Implications for charging and the economics through the provisioning chain Market requirements Features and requirements for both Third Party Provider and Open Energy Governance Platform Benefits Systems thinking: Environmental, Societal, Economic Local Authority Use Case: Provides context across all Advisory Groups
  53. 53. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license https://icebreakerone.org/energy Sign up to our newsletter IcebreakerOne.org/join Join us on 19th November where will review this phase of the project as part of London Climate Action Week
  54. 54. Siemens Andrew Smyth 55
  55. 55. Page 56 Creating a ‘Energy Data Service’ to enable energy data transparency and increased data access & exchange How Addressing the fundamental problem of exchanging digital energy information between data providers and data users Enabling Accessible Energy Data
  56. 56. Page 57 Removing barriers to data access for stakeholders CENTRAL DATA EXCHANGE ARCHITECTURE DATA COLLATIONBROKER Data Provider A Data Provider B Data Provider C Data Provider D Asset Register Data Catalogue Energy Map API Tooling Data Provider N+ Innovation via Applications e.g., EV integration Engage, Share, Roadmap & Incubate Insight-Arena MARKETPLACE Future Proofing Principles § Flexible API tooling to enable wide integration with the meta- model § Flexible & Extensible Data Structure § Brokerage services to interconnect data requestors and providers § User Centric-Roadmapping
  57. 57. Page 58 Engagement and Data Discovery Data Publishers • Identifying and accessing data that enable user stories • Uncovering data publisher needs (licensing, formats, interfaces) • Understanding data structures, standards and terms Data Users • Understanding user stories • Uncovering user needs (licensing, formats, interfaces) • Making data understandable Collaboration User Insight Data Discovery Glossary • User Story refinement • Development of an Insight Arena to better understand potential users and their needs • Identifying datasets that are required for the key user stories • Understanding and linking data • Working with other relevant projects to contribute to an open glossary • Identifying disagreements, overlaps and gaps in the landscape
  58. 58. EnergyRev Jo Patterson 59
  59. 59. The Energy Revolution Research Consortium Dr Joanne Patterson Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University November 2020
  60. 60. The EnergyREV consortium 61 Consortium of : § 32 co-investigators § 22 Universities Institutions Policy, regulation, markets and governance issues around local energy systems Business and finance Local energy businesses practices and industry engagement Data and AI Expertise across wide ranging cyber-physical issues End users and consumers Social science understanding of end user research and engagement Multi-vector “whole” systems Electricity, heat and transport, and system integration Energy and environment Interactions between energy and environmental systems Exploring challenges around smart local energy systems from an interdisciplinary and whole- systems viewpoint.
  61. 61. Informing projects’ future plans for delivery and scaling Integrating knowledge from global activities Systematic research and analyses of longer-term requirements and innovations EnergyREV within Prospering from the Energy Revolution (PFER) 62
  62. 62. Capitalising on global research and innovation Synthesised knowledge Novel research Exploring smart local energy concepts within PFER projects § Identifying how Smart Local Energy System solutions can be effective in the longer term and at scale § Integrating the learning from PFER and global activities § Considering the innovations required for timescales beyond the PFER programme § Supporting projects to realise ambitions beyond the PFER timescales 63
  63. 63. Developing a whole systems understanding: Capture and synthesise learning and knowledge from research streams and demonstrators, provide whole systems meaningful insights, and use these insights to deliver learnings from the demonstrators. Supporting scale up: Explore issues such as resource limits, non-linearities, trade-offs of different effects and along supply chains, and variations by place constraining replication. Use these insights to develop tools and trainings to help deliver smart local energy systems. Cyber-physical systems Business and financial practices Policy, regulation, markets, governance User engagement 64
  64. 64. Engagement and Dissemination Activities Knowledge Management Hub EnergyREV programme website @EnergyREV_UK Knowledge sharing activities Targeted engagement activities Stakeholder database Targeted newsletters 1:1 meetings Activity based workshops 65
  65. 65. Staying in the loop 66
  66. 66. www.energyrev.org.uk @EnergyREV_UK info@energyrev.org.uk Contact us 67 ERIS
  67. 67. ERIS Anna Stegman 68
  68. 68. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Energy Revolution Integration Service Our role in Prospering from the Energy Revolution Anna Stegman Technical Manager 5th November 2020
  69. 69. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 70 A map of Climate Emergency declarations across UK as of July 2019 (iGov website) PFER Project locations: blue = demos, pink = detailed designs, purple = concepts
  70. 70. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 71 Learn from the leaders within and outside of PFER. Understand what would have helped them get to where they are now more efficiently.
  71. 71. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 72 It will be a neutral hub for SLES. We’ll include and signpost knowledge, skills and services from within PFER and from across the sector, creating opportunities for users and contributors alike.
  72. 72. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Find out more… Data and Digital - 10th Dec 2020 from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm People and Skills – 13th Jan 2021 Technology and Infrastructure – 4th March 2021 https://es.catapult.org.uk/events/uk- local-authorities-delivering-sles-digital- and-data/
  73. 73. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 74 Thank you Please get in touch: Anna.Stegman@es.catapult.org.uk
  74. 74. Future Strategy Matt Hastings UKRI 75
  75. 75. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Future Strategy
  76. 76. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Integrated (Net Zero) Living Systems Objectives: • Deliver a more prosperous society • Maximise efficient delivery of net zero (using a whole systems approach) • Supercharge economic growth and investment
  77. 77. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Energy WaterBuilt Env.Transport Cross Government Communications Cross Regulatory Cross Industry Data and Digitalisation Systems integration in practice Using a cross industry, cross government, cross regulatory MVP* approach to innovation *Minimum Viable Product (MVP), Cross Regulatory Funds delivered via the Regulators Pioneers Fund tbc Integrated, industry led solutions that drive… …collaborative approaches to regulation and policy UKRIFUNDED
  78. 78. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Outcomes and opportunity • Cross sector business growth • A revolution in valuable consumer products and services that make people happier, healthier and save them time and money • Understanding of locational needs of net zero system users, tailoring of solutions to support them to thrive • Industry led but integrating with government policy and regulation that supercharge the ability of UK business to grow and scale • A more efficient route to net zero by working via an integrated whole system approach instead of via siloes of disconnected activity
  79. 79. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential

Description

A fast-paced, quick-fire, hour-long webinar with a minimum of six speakers will tell the story of the Prospering from the Energy Revolution Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. If you’re part of the smart systems community this is the start of the ultimate mini-series.

If you’re part of the smart systems community the ultimate mini-series is heading your way. Starting on 5 November, a fast-paced, quick-fire, hour-long webinar with a minimum of six speakers will tell the story of Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) and the Prospering from the Energy Revolution (PFER) ISCF.

PFER is a £102m programme focussed on the integration of power, heat, digital and transport and the business models needed to enable Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) to scale towards net zero. PFER features 170 businesses funded to deliver around 40 projects; now is the time to bring the smart systems community together.

This is your chance to hear from the various parts of the PFER programme including demonstrators, designs, key technology and data projects alongside our intellectual powerhouse EnergyRev and the Energy Revolution Integration Service delivered via the Energy Systems Catapult.

Episodes in the series will feature a wide variety of project presentations (both PFER and non-PFER funded projects) as well as insights from investors, entrepreneurs, government departments and regulators. Whilst we may end up changing the scope a little based on your feedback, the current plan is as follows.

Transcript

  1. 1. Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Six in Sixty Mini Series Episode 1: PFER overview Thursday 5th November 2020
  2. 2. Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Local foundations for a better net zero. Rob Saunders PFER Challenge Director, UKRI 2
  3. 3. 3This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND THE REVOLUTION IS NOW!
  4. 4. WHY LOCAL ?
  5. 5. Prospering from the Energy Revolution - Programme Aims and activity Future energy model proving Prove Investible Scalable Local Energy Business Models Unlock Finance Accelerate New Products & Services to Commercialisation Build UK Leadership Objectives Activities ERIS
  6. 6. 6 Since April 2018, we’ve been busy….
  7. 7. Groundbreaking local projects 7 Demonstrators (half-way through) Detailed Designs (just starting)
  8. 8. Demonstrating…. 8 Integrated intelligently to please consumers In scalable, replicable and investable models Town-Scale power, heat and mobility services
  9. 9. 9This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  10. 10. Thankyou @RobS_energy rob.saunders@innovateuk.ukri.org 10
  11. 11. Demo Projects Derek Allen UKRI 11
  12. 12. REFLEX – archetypal island renewable virtual energy system LEO – transition to Distributed System Operator ESO – Electrification of transport and heat + transmission connected hybrid energy storage West Sussex - Distributed asset management including renewables, heat networks, battery storage, EVs Four large scale demonstrators - trials of digitally-enabled local energy markets with 1,000s of connected energy assets
  13. 13. Energy Superhub Oxford Tim Rose 13
  14. 14. Powering a zero carbon Oxford
  15. 15. Energy Superhub Oxford | 15 Our consortiumEnergy Superhub Oxford (ESO) is a world-first project pioneering an integrated approach to decarbonising power, transport and heat to accelerate Oxford’s journey to zero carbon. It will showcase a powerful network of: • hybrid battery energy storage • rapid electric vehicle charging • low carbon heating, and • smart energy management providing a model for cities around the world to cut carbon emissions and improve air quality. What is Energy Superhub Oxford?
  16. 16. Energy Superhub Oxford | 16 Enabling more renewable energy • World’s largest hybrid battery energy storage system • 50MW hybrid battery will combine 50MW lithium- ion and 2MW vanadium flow technology with ‘overdrive’ • Connected to the transmission network • The system will help to balance electricity supply and demand and maximise use of renewable energy • Optimisation & Trading Engine will unlock synergies and optimise system for Firm Frequency Response (FFR) and energy trading, including day-ahead and intra-day markets and Balancing Mechanism Power innovation
  17. 17. Energy Superhub Oxford | 17 Kick starting an electric vehicle revolution • World’s first transmission-connected EV charging network – 8km providing up to 25MW • Public superhub with enough power for 100 ultra-rapid chargers • First 40 of Council’s 340 EVs electrified – plans for 25% of fleet by 2023 • Smart charging technology will shift demand overnight to reduce costs • ‘Try before you buy’ scheme supporting Hackney Carriage drivers to make switch to zero emission vehicles • Capacity to grow in line with EV adoption – Buses, fleets etc. Transport innovation
  18. 18. Energy Superhub Oxford | 18 Low carbon heating solutions • 300 homes and commercial properties in and around Oxford will benefit from innovative low carbon heating solution which combines: - Ground source heat pumps - Smart controls - Time of use tariff • Optimises heat production for cost and carbon savings • Shared ground loop arrays and new ‘shoebox’ heat pumps make technology easier and cheaper to install • Users benefit from lower bills and kWh usage at cheaper and cleaner times of day • First 60 installations at Blackbird Leys with Stonewater underway Heat innovation
  19. 19. Energy Superhub Oxford | 01 (JPEG) Buses (120 city fleet & Stagecoach) Then extension to commercial fleets, logistics hubs, other Park & Rides, Motorway Service Areas and more… And this is the first of 40 ‘Superhub’ projects! ESO Tomorrow
  20. 20. Powering a zero carbon Oxford Thank you!
  21. 21. Designs Projects David Richardson UKRI 21
  22. 22. UK Research and Innovation Detailed Designs of Smart Local Energy Systems David Richardson Innovation Lead for Energy Systems
  23. 23. UK Research and Innovation • Analysis of current generation, demand and consumption assets • User research to understand consumer, business and industrial needs of energy • Development of functional local energy markets to promote the roll-out of low carbon technologies • Development of legal entities, financial structures and procurement models • A comprehensive, investment ready energy system design to meet the localities net-the zero ambitions Quantification of potential risks and benefits, including; • Energy system impacts • Economic Benefits (e.g. energy costs) • Environmental impacts (e.g. CO2, local pollution etc) • A strong focus on digital tools for planning and data enabled business models
  24. 24. UK Research and Innovation
  25. 25. UK Research and Innovation Energy Revolution: Design project locations Detailed Designs • Coleraine • Warrington • Liverpool • Coventry • Greater Manchester • Peterborough • Milford Haven • Islington (London) • Southend • Rugeley
  26. 26. UK Research and Innovation Urban, mixed residential and commercial (x1) Coastal urban town (x2) Small city or large town with mixed consumer types (x3) Ports and industrial communities (x1) Large city (x2) Regional town and surrounding rural area (x2) Project archetypes covered by the Detailed Design projects
  27. 27. Detailed Designs RESO (Coventry) Kate Ashworth 27
  28. 28. RESO – Regional Energy Systems Operator A detailed design for a new smart local energy system for Coventry Kate Ashworth Energy Infrastructure Lead Energy Capital, West Midlands Combined Authority
  29. 29. Energy Capital Source: https://www.regen.co.uk/local-leadership-to-transform-our-energy- system/ Energy Capital is the smart energy innovation partnership for the West Midlands. The Energy Capital partnership works together to co- ordinate collaborative public-private investment into smart energy innovation across the region. Working with local authorities, regulators, energy companies and national government, the Energy Capital team, based within the West Midlands Combined Authority, is responsible for the delivery of the Regional Energy Strategy and securing the investment and powers necessary to enable this. Our aim is to create an attractive environment for energy innovation to thrive in the West Midlands and position the region as a leader in the global transition to net zero.
  30. 30. Project partners Camirus Ltd
  31. 31. RESO – What’s the big idea?
  32. 32. Inputs Outputs Main activities City of Coventry Growth and Carbon Objectives Investment plans Asset data Operational data West Midlands Local Industrial and Energy Strategies WPD Cadent Gas TfWM City Council Institutionandorganisationdesign WP6 WP 1 Stakeholder engagement WP 7 Finance and investment WP 8 Project management Validated smart local energy system design for Coventry Operating model for Coventry SLES Institutional and organisational model for large scale investment and regional replication Data foundations WP2 WP4 Smart local energy infrastructure design WP3 Operating model (market) design WP 5 Design validation Informed design
  33. 33. Energy Innovation Zone • Coventry designated one of the first Energy Innovation Zones (EIZ) • BEIS funded, OFGEM sponsored project to define the process of establishing an EIZ • Useful tools to be integrated into ERIS toolkit • Value Capture • Cost benefit analysis
  34. 34. Where PFER adds value Recognised challenges • Development of a truly integrated solutions • Want to move away from a more individual project based approach • Silos vs Systems • Financing a systems approach • Reducing risk to leverage funding How PFER helps tackle these challenges • Resource to develop an entirely cross- vector approach with all the right partners • A spotlight on the role of local and combined authorities in the gestation of local energy systems • Development of tangible models to take to market to gauge appetite • Wider resource of learning across the PFER programme
  35. 35. Key Tech Projects Harsh Pershad UKRI 36
  36. 36. The PFER ISCF is developing new technologies to enable smart local energy systems 20% bill reduction through energy trading Field-trials of innovative energy storage Real-time markets Blockchain +Virtual Power Plant + Artificial Intelligence Connected user hardware and software for heat systems Smarter & faster EV charging Heat network metering Examples from the 16 projects in the £4.5m PFER ISCF Key Technology Components portfolio Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  37. 37. Project Title Theme(s) Lead (Partners) Domestic Infrastructure and Network Optimisation (DINO) Distribution network and Evs communications Evergreen Smart Power Ltd. (Energy Assets, myenergi) ADVENT – Advanced Data-driven Virtual Electricity Network Tracking Software-as-a-service for optimising using data on distribution network Crowdcharge (U. of Reading, Hanger19) Smart HOme Control for ENergy System Integration (SHOCENSI) Optimise value of assets through time-of-use Powervault Ltd. Bank Energi III End-to-end software for energy trading Consortio Ltd. (LSBU, WWU, Fintricity, IBECCS, CarbonTrack, 4D Energy Advisory, Tonik Energy) URBAN-X , Urban Local energy trading exchange Peer-to-peer, Virtual Power Plant, Blockchain Qbots (Keele Uni) v-powerChain: a distributed and intelligent virtual power plant for micro- to medium-scale renewables Blockchain, AI, Virtual Power Plant UrbanChain Ltd Smarter local electrical energy systems Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  38. 38. Project Title Theme Lead (Partners) Port Energy Systems Optimisation (PESO) Smart energy for ports Blue Tech Ventures Ltd. (Swanbarton, Portsmouth International Port, ESC) EV Fleet-centred Local Energy System Software platform for EV fleets/prosumers to optimise infrastructure UKPN (Moixa, UPS, Cross River Partnership) Maximising Grid Services from Electric Vehicles (M-GSEV) Integrate grid services into EV charging EV.Energy Ltd. (Gengame) Hypervolt Optimised residential EV charging Hypervolt Rail-Charge Use rail electric network to charge EVs at stations Rina Consulting Birmingham Uni, Electric BlueUK Smarter local transport energy systems Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  39. 39. Project Title Theme Lead (Partners) Open Protocol Cloud Metering for Heat Networks IoT Sycous Ltd CODES: The Control of District-heating Efficiency through Smart data-driven models IoT/Machine Learning VRM Technology Ltd Thermochemical seasonal solar energy storage for building applications (SeasonalStorage) Solar + heat storage + smart controller Environmental Process Systems Ltd. Heat Networks as Flexible Grid Assets API for heat network management Minibems Guru Engage: increasing customer engagement on heat networks to enable innovative commercial models Hardware and software for heat network billing Guru Systems (Fairheat) Smarter local heat energy systems Correspondence to harsh.Pershad@innovateuk.ukri.org
  40. 40. Key Tech Projects: Guru Systems Nic Mason 41
  41. 41. Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Six in Sixty Nic Mason, Chief Product Officer - Guru Systems
  42. 42. Intelligent technology for the future of heat 43 Guru Systems develops intelligent technology to make energy systems more transparent, lower cost and lower carbon. 8 years providing IoT for energy systems 30+ people in our growing team 28k+ devices delivered across the UK
  43. 43. Guru Smart Stat Guru Engage IHD Guru Pay II Smart thermostat technology for property managers, not just residents Funding competition Key technology components for local energy systems 44 Standalone in-home display helps to engage residents on heat networks with their energy use Next generation payment management platform for the future of heat tariffs In pilot In development In development
  44. 44. 02 Thank you Nic Mason nic.mason@gurusystems.com www.gurusystems.com 45
  45. 45. Data Projects Matt Hastings UKRI 46
  46. 46. PFER Data Competitions “Modernising Energy Data”
  47. 47. 1. Energy Data Taskforce (EDTF): ‘Articulate problem, identify solutions’ 2. Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA): £1.9m SBRI * - ‘Make data available and accessible’ 3. Energy Data Best Practice Guidance 4. Local Energy Data Innovation (LEDI): local energy user needs and use cases https://www.regen.co.uk/publications/local-energy-data-innovation/ 5. Modernising Energy Data Applications (MEDApps): £2m SBRI – ‘Stimulate market’ Apply now: https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/736/overview (closes 18 Nov) Modernising Energy Data Strategy *Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI)
  48. 48. Modernising Energy Data Strategy: Long Term Vision BEIS Government Dept’s Collaborate and Utilise Energy MEDA ingests data from multiple sources FinanceTransport DCMS Regulatory bodies collaborate and utilise Buildings Weather Socio – demo Geo-spatial DFT HMT GDS OFGEMOFWAT OFCOM CO FSA ORR ICO More informed/agile policy More informed/agile regulation MEDApps uses the data to build new applications Consumer / business / societal benefits
  49. 49. Ice Breaker One Gavin Starks 50
  50. 50. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license 1. Develop an open standard that enables open marketplaces for data- sharing to flourish 2. Lay the foundations for interoperable and cohesive energy data infrastructure 3. Build on existing work and investments in existing initiatives to enable discovery and use
  51. 51. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license Four Advisory Groups; 60 individuals Meetings of Advisory Groups show strong engagement and awareness. Core policy, regulatory, operational and technical dimensions well understood. Use Case developed, shared and endorsed by groups. Core components of prototype Open Energy Governance Platform (OEGP) and knowledge graph completed, live, and ready to access data. Regular, weekly updates from w/c 26th October. At the halfway point, we have made good progress towards our objectives: 1. Stakeholder engagement: Three-month programme convening industry & public sector to deliver a minimum viable Open Energy Standard based on needs 1. OEGP and knowledge graph prototyping & testing: Develop a prototype OEGP through which market rules can be applied in response to the needs articulated in the MEDA Phase One Discovery. Overview — progress
  52. 52. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license Advisory Group 1 — User, Market and Societal Needs Local Authority Use Case Understand the variables and impact on DNO ‘headroom’ and any transmission constraints as they plan LCT retrofit Detailed needs analysis Across all aspects of the customer journey to establish functionality and service delivery model Business model Implications for charging and the economics through the provisioning chain Market requirements Features and requirements for both Third Party Provider and Open Energy Governance Platform Benefits Systems thinking: Environmental, Societal, Economic Local Authority Use Case: Provides context across all Advisory Groups
  53. 53. Unless otherwise stated, these slides are licensed under a Creative Commons attribution license https://icebreakerone.org/energy Sign up to our newsletter IcebreakerOne.org/join Join us on 19th November where will review this phase of the project as part of London Climate Action Week
  54. 54. Siemens Andrew Smyth 55
  55. 55. Page 56 Creating a ‘Energy Data Service’ to enable energy data transparency and increased data access & exchange How Addressing the fundamental problem of exchanging digital energy information between data providers and data users Enabling Accessible Energy Data
  56. 56. Page 57 Removing barriers to data access for stakeholders CENTRAL DATA EXCHANGE ARCHITECTURE DATA COLLATIONBROKER Data Provider A Data Provider B Data Provider C Data Provider D Asset Register Data Catalogue Energy Map API Tooling Data Provider N+ Innovation via Applications e.g., EV integration Engage, Share, Roadmap & Incubate Insight-Arena MARKETPLACE Future Proofing Principles § Flexible API tooling to enable wide integration with the meta- model § Flexible & Extensible Data Structure § Brokerage services to interconnect data requestors and providers § User Centric-Roadmapping
  57. 57. Page 58 Engagement and Data Discovery Data Publishers • Identifying and accessing data that enable user stories • Uncovering data publisher needs (licensing, formats, interfaces) • Understanding data structures, standards and terms Data Users • Understanding user stories • Uncovering user needs (licensing, formats, interfaces) • Making data understandable Collaboration User Insight Data Discovery Glossary • User Story refinement • Development of an Insight Arena to better understand potential users and their needs • Identifying datasets that are required for the key user stories • Understanding and linking data • Working with other relevant projects to contribute to an open glossary • Identifying disagreements, overlaps and gaps in the landscape
  58. 58. EnergyRev Jo Patterson 59
  59. 59. The Energy Revolution Research Consortium Dr Joanne Patterson Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University November 2020
  60. 60. The EnergyREV consortium 61 Consortium of : § 32 co-investigators § 22 Universities Institutions Policy, regulation, markets and governance issues around local energy systems Business and finance Local energy businesses practices and industry engagement Data and AI Expertise across wide ranging cyber-physical issues End users and consumers Social science understanding of end user research and engagement Multi-vector “whole” systems Electricity, heat and transport, and system integration Energy and environment Interactions between energy and environmental systems Exploring challenges around smart local energy systems from an interdisciplinary and whole- systems viewpoint.
  61. 61. Informing projects’ future plans for delivery and scaling Integrating knowledge from global activities Systematic research and analyses of longer-term requirements and innovations EnergyREV within Prospering from the Energy Revolution (PFER) 62
  62. 62. Capitalising on global research and innovation Synthesised knowledge Novel research Exploring smart local energy concepts within PFER projects § Identifying how Smart Local Energy System solutions can be effective in the longer term and at scale § Integrating the learning from PFER and global activities § Considering the innovations required for timescales beyond the PFER programme § Supporting projects to realise ambitions beyond the PFER timescales 63
  63. 63. Developing a whole systems understanding: Capture and synthesise learning and knowledge from research streams and demonstrators, provide whole systems meaningful insights, and use these insights to deliver learnings from the demonstrators. Supporting scale up: Explore issues such as resource limits, non-linearities, trade-offs of different effects and along supply chains, and variations by place constraining replication. Use these insights to develop tools and trainings to help deliver smart local energy systems. Cyber-physical systems Business and financial practices Policy, regulation, markets, governance User engagement 64
  64. 64. Engagement and Dissemination Activities Knowledge Management Hub EnergyREV programme website @EnergyREV_UK Knowledge sharing activities Targeted engagement activities Stakeholder database Targeted newsletters 1:1 meetings Activity based workshops 65
  65. 65. Staying in the loop 66
  66. 66. www.energyrev.org.uk @EnergyREV_UK info@energyrev.org.uk Contact us 67 ERIS
  67. 67. ERIS Anna Stegman 68
  68. 68. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Energy Revolution Integration Service Our role in Prospering from the Energy Revolution Anna Stegman Technical Manager 5th November 2020
  69. 69. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 70 A map of Climate Emergency declarations across UK as of July 2019 (iGov website) PFER Project locations: blue = demos, pink = detailed designs, purple = concepts
  70. 70. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 71 Learn from the leaders within and outside of PFER. Understand what would have helped them get to where they are now more efficiently.
  71. 71. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 72 It will be a neutral hub for SLES. We’ll include and signpost knowledge, skills and services from within PFER and from across the sector, creating opportunities for users and contributors alike.
  72. 72. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Find out more… Data and Digital - 10th Dec 2020 from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm People and Skills – 13th Jan 2021 Technology and Infrastructure – 4th March 2021 https://es.catapult.org.uk/events/uk- local-authorities-delivering-sles-digital- and-data/
  73. 73. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential 74 Thank you Please get in touch: Anna.Stegman@es.catapult.org.uk
  74. 74. Future Strategy Matt Hastings UKRI 75
  75. 75. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Future Strategy
  76. 76. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Integrated (Net Zero) Living Systems Objectives: • Deliver a more prosperous society • Maximise efficient delivery of net zero (using a whole systems approach) • Supercharge economic growth and investment
  77. 77. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Energy WaterBuilt Env.Transport Cross Government Communications Cross Regulatory Cross Industry Data and Digitalisation Systems integration in practice Using a cross industry, cross government, cross regulatory MVP* approach to innovation *Minimum Viable Product (MVP), Cross Regulatory Funds delivered via the Regulators Pioneers Fund tbc Integrated, industry led solutions that drive… …collaborative approaches to regulation and policy UKRIFUNDED
  78. 78. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential Outcomes and opportunity • Cross sector business growth • A revolution in valuable consumer products and services that make people happier, healthier and save them time and money • Understanding of locational needs of net zero system users, tailoring of solutions to support them to thrive • Industry led but integrating with government policy and regulation that supercharge the ability of UK business to grow and scale • A more efficient route to net zero by working via an integrated whole system approach instead of via siloes of disconnected activity
  79. 79. © 2020 Energy Systems Catapult -------------------------------------------------------- This document is marked as confidential

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