Below are some of our recently updated projects.
How innovative business models could support the rollout of heat pumps by helping with the upfront investment.
Exploring if Scotland can produce green hydrogen at scale and export it at a competitive cost to the EU market.
Assessing key innovations, opportunities and barriers for local and community energy in Scotland.
Exploring issues related to the ability of Scotland's electricity system to provide enough electricity to meet the demands of consumers, in the transition to net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
The influence of private sector forces on emission reduction activity in Scottish agriculture.
Approaches that public bodies can use to better understand and reduce emissions related to purchases.
Investigating the experiences of early adopters of zero direct emissions heating systems amongst private homeowners in Scotland
Appropriate trusted messengers, communication channels, engagement formats and points of intervention, for engaging with different groups on delivering heat decarbonisation.
Assessing the evidence for organic farming practices that contribute to biodiversity, a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and making Scottish agricultural systems more resilient to the projected climatic conditions of 2045.
A tool to help understand how emissions from sites subject to the UK ETS are likely to evolve over the transition to net zero and the implications of reducing the number of permits.
Exploring how the Scottish Government can apply the concept of interlinked practices to improve net zero policy development and enact societal change.