Below are some of our recently updated projects.
- with the policy challange: Low carbon energy
Baseline data and assessment of the structure, conduct and performance of Scotland’s onshore wind, offshore wind and hydrogen sectors.
An assessment of costs for heat transition and transport decarbonisation in Scotland for different rates of adoption of low-carbon technologies.
A review of the evidence and policy surrounding low-carbon fuels in transport, with a focus on the aviation and maritime sectors.
Methodology for apportioning measured emissions in non-domestic buildings
Options for whole building assessments for energy efficiency and zero direct emissions heat
This project defines archetypes for dwellings in the social housing sector.
Options for storing energy in the form of hydrogen in Scotland and its potential for reducing curtailment of renewable energy
An analysis of international approaches to regulating domestic energy efficiency and heat decarbonisation that are comparable with Scotland’s aims.
An assessment of which zero direct emissions technologies are best suited to the Scottish islands and remote communities.
Research into whether curtailed energy from large-scale renewables in Scotland could be used to produce hydrogen economically.
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.
Hydrogen is a versatile energy vector that can be used in a range of applications without emitting carbon dioxide at the point of use. This study considers how the cost of producing green hydrogen and the supply chain could develop to 2045.