Below are some of our recently updated projects.
An assessment of which zero direct emissions technologies are best suited to the Scottish islands and remote communities.
An assessment of options for action for agriculture considering Scotland's future rainfall and temperature.
This study investigates the current and forecasted jobs and skills demands in the hydrogen economy
An update and improvement of the current assumptions in Scottish TIMES relating to the industrial sector, a whole system energy model of Scotland used by government to support development of policies and plans.
This paper explores how to monitor success in Scotland with regard to restoring peatland areas that have been damaged.
An evidence review of emissions from mobile agricultural machinery and the options, costs and pathways to decarbonisation.
An updated assessment of the emission reduction potential of the most effective mitigation measures in Scotland.
Research into whether curtailed energy from large-scale renewables in Scotland could be used to produce hydrogen economically.
Options that could improve understanding of how spending decisions impact greenhouse gas emissions. The findings contribute to the Joint Budget Review.
An assessment of some of the possible impacts for the future second-hand bus market from shifting to battery electric buses.
Evidence to support the development of integrated policy interventions to increase sustainable travel among Scotland’s children, young people and their families.
This report examines the extent to which building-level energy storage technologies could help to reduce household energy costs when installed alongside zero-carbon heat technologies.