How many undocumented children live in London?
Estimating the numbers of migrants in the UK is notoriously difficult, especially those with an irregular migration status who may not be counted in official government statistics. It is not for nothing that the task has been described as counting the uncountable. However, information about the population of children and young people who are not…20/01/20
Consumer Survey 2019
This is an overview of findings from Ofgem’s annual consumer survey, covering consumer engagement in the energy market, their attitudes towards switching and comparing energy deals and how they access the market.02/02/20
Covid-19: Amendments to RIIO-1 Network Price Control Processes for 2020
See our summary of changes to the RIIO-1 network price control processes, including regulatory reporting arrangements, agreed for 2020 in response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.27/05/20
Energy Supplier Performance Scorecard
This is a tool that provides information about the quality of service and prices for suppliers in the energy market.09/01/20
Consumer Perceptions of the Energy Market Q3 2019
This is Q3 2019 update of results from our survey monitoring domestic consumers’ perceptions of service in the energy market.02/12/19
SSH2: Introduction to Heat as a Service
- Stuart Brennan
Heat as a Service is a new model for how businesses sell heating. Consumers who buy Heat as a Service choose how much to spend on the experience they want - feeling warm and comfortable when and where they want in their homes - instead of paying for kilowatt hours of energy.The post SSH2: Introduction to Heat as a Service appeared first on ESC.
Decarbonisation of Heat: Why It Needs Innovation
- Emily Sotudeh
Decarbonising heat is key to achieving Net Zero, and innovators have a vital role to play. Here is our overview of the decarbonisation challenge and how we can tackle it through low carbon home heating innovation.\nThe post Decarbonisation of Heat: Why It Needs Innovation appeared first on Energy Systems Catapult.
Details of 2020 Calls for Proposals now finalised
The 2018-2020 Energy Work Programme has been updated for the 2020 Calls for Proposals. The first Calls will be published this month (July 2019). The updated Work Programme can be downloaded here. Our Call summary, listing the Call topics, deadlines and budgets, can be downloaded here.\nThe post Details of 2020 Calls for Proposals now finalised appeared first on EU Energy Focus.
Pre-publication of 2020 Energy Call topics available
The 2018-2020 Energy Work Programme has been updated for the 2020 Calls for Proposals. The first Calls will be published in July 2019. A pre-publication of the updated Work Programme can be accessed here.\nThe post Pre-publication of 2020 Energy Call topics available appeared first on EU Energy Focus.
Meet our Manufacturing, Materials and Mobility team
- Innovate UK admin
Meet our Manufacturing, Materials and Mobility sector team experts bringing together the areas of: \r\nManufacturing and Materials\r\nHigh Value Manufacturing\r\nAdvanced Materials\r\nLand Transport\r\nAutomotive\r\nConnected Transport \r\nConnected and Autonomous Vehicles\r\nRail\r\nAerospace and Electronics\r\nSensors and Photonics