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Consumers and Vehicles - Consumer attitudes to electric vehicles - WP1 Tasks 3 - 6

J. Anable, G. Schuitema, S. Skippon, C. Abraham, E. Graham-Rowe, E. Delmonte, R. Hutchins, N. Kinnear, B. Lang & J. Stannard
The Consumer and Vehicles project looked at the potential long-term performance and cost of plug-in vehicles. It examined consumer reactions and behaviours in buying and using them. It explored supporting infrastructure, and included in-depth surveys with 3,000 consumers and real-world testing with 40 drivers

This report documents work carried out to identify consumer responses to plug-in vehicles, including battery electric vehicles and range extended/plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.Systematic review of the existing literatureQualitative interview data was collected...

High Hydrogen - Literature review of CCGT/CCGE/CHP systems operating on high hydrogen content gases.

H.J. Michels, P. Lindstedt, K. Moodie & R. Santon
This deliverable is number 1 of 8 in the project and forms the basis of the project direction. It provides information on the current gaps in knowledge of plants operating on High Hydrogen fuels.The report provides an in depth review of the current literature landscape relating to the use of hydrogen rich fuels for both reciprocating engines and gas turbines. All current fuels containing hydrogen are detailed with their other constituent parts.The report identifies the...

Tidal Modelling - Executive Summary - Tidal Modelling

Launched in October 2011 this project involved Black & Veatch, in collaboration with HR Wallingford and the University of Edinburgh to develop a model of the UK Continental Shelf and North European Waters, 100 times more accurate than existing marine data. This has been used to assess the tidal energy potential around the UK (tidal range and tidal streams), to inform the design of energy harnessing schemes, to assess their interactions, and to evaluate their...

Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure - Systems Integration and Architecture Development (WP2.4) Final Report Appendix A2: Intelligent Infrastructure Standards Requirement

S. Parker & N. Baker-Brian
The Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure Project is a core element of Electrification of Transport within Test Bed UK.The ETI will utilise the outputs of the project to support, inform and facilitate effective long-term benefits from the investments being made around the UK.The two primary objectives are:Evaluate the potential role and economics of plug-in vehicles in the low carbon transport system: generate a quantified understanding of the market potential, cost models and carbon benefits case...

Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure - Systems Integration and Architecture Development (WP2.4) Final Report

S. Parker & N. Baker-Brian
The Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure Project is a core element of Electrification of Transport within Test Bed UK.The ETI will utilise the outputs of the project to support, inform and facilitate effective long-term benefits from the investments being made around the UK.The two primary objectives are:Evaluate the potential role and economics of plug-in vehicles in the low carbon transport system: generate a quantified understanding of the market potential, cost models and carbon benefits case...

Strategic UK CCS Storage Appraisal - WP5C - Hamilton Storage Development Plan

A. Green & D. D Gammer
Storage in the Ormskirk Sandstone in the faulted horst block known as Hamilton (UKCS block 110/13) in the East Irish Sea.3 well development of Hamilton from an unmanned platform supplied with CO2 from Point of Ayr via a 16” 26km pipeline.Final investment decision in 2022 and first injection in 2026.Capital investment of £114 million (PV10, 2015), equating to £0.9 for each tonne stored.The store can contain the 125Mt from the assumed CO2 supply profile of...

EnergyPath Operations - EPO Analysis Plan and Results

R. Brooks
This report contains the analysis plan and results from the first run of analysis from EPO including the design run documents for the analysis plan and the results and insights from the analysis.

EnergyPath Operations - EPO Verification and Validation Strategy

J. Okoli
This report explains how individual software modules (EPO and model components) are tested against their requirements. This is not a strategy for testing or performing analysis on the integrated model. This is explained in the “EPO Analysis Plan and Results” document.

Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure - Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure Project: Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure - Request for Proposals

The Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure Project is a core element of Electrification of Transport within Test Bed UK.The ETI will utilise the outputs of the project to support, inform and facilitate effective long-term benefits from the investments being made around the UK.The two primary objectives are:Evaluate the potential role and economics of plug-in vehicles in the low carbon transport system: generate a quantified understanding of the market potential, cost models and carbon benefits case...

Tidal Modelling - Technical Documentation for the UK Continental Shelf Model: Part C –The CSM Web User Interface: User Guide

Launched in October 2011 this project involved Black & Veatch, in collaboration with HR Wallingford and the University of Edinburgh to develop a model of the UK Continental Shelf and North European Waters, 100 times more accurate than existing marine data. This has been used to assess the tidal energy potential around the UK (tidal range and tidal streams), to informThe design of energy harnessing schemes, to assess their interactions, and to evaluate their impact...

Technology Scoping and New Demonstrators - One page Summary

The key purpose of the study was to analyse and map key marine energy component and system technologies in order to identify the major industry technology challenges and high-additionality technology opportunities that could be of interest to ETI.

In order to inform the future development of the ETI’s Marine Energy Programme, the ETI commissioned a detailed benchmarking study of the marine energy technology landscape, as a 6 month Flexible Research Project.

Home Energy Management System (HEMS) - Development and Trial -HEMS Field Trials: Request for proposals (WP1 )

ETI’s research highlights that a Home Energy Management System (HEMS) should be a key component of a future smart energy system, but given the fact that most consumers do not willingly engage with their energy system any product solutions need to be consumer focused if they are to be effective.Therefore this project to design an advanced HEMS is a core component of the ETI’s Smart Systems and Heat programme (now delivered by the Energy Systems...

Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure - Executive Summary of Recharging Network Requirements (WP2.2), Recharging Infrastructure Cost Driver Analysis (WP2.3) and Rechargin Infrastructure Implementation (WP2.5)

Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure Project is a core element of Electrification of Transport within Test Bed UK.The ETI will utilise the outputs of the project to support, inform and facilitate effective long-term benefits from the investments being made around the UK.The two primary objectives are:Evaluate the potential role and economics of plug-in vehicles in the low carbon transport system: generate a quantified understanding of the market potential, cost models and carbon benefits case under...

EnergyPath - Planning Guidance

Energy consultancy Baringa Partners were appointed to design and develop a software modelling tool to be used in the planning of cost-effective local energy systems. This software is called EnergyPath and will evolve to include a number of additional packages to inform planning, consumer insights and business metrics. Element Energy, Hitachi and University College London have worked with Baringa to develop the software with input from a range of local authorities, Western Power Distribution and...

Thermal Power with CCS - D4.1 Plant Performance and Capital Cost Estimating

This report and its attachments provide detailed information on the design and performance of the “template” plant, which comprises up to 5 identical trains of CCGT with carbon capture and compression. It presents a capital cost estimate for the plant and associated CO2 transport and storage at sites in five regions around the UK (Teesside, North Humber, South Humber, North West England and Scotland (Grangemouth)). Cost estimates are provided for each site for 1, 2,...

Thermal Power with CCS - Template Plant Specification

The purpose of the Template Plant Specification is to:Define the process scheme for the project.Provide sufficient input to location selection (plant footprint, inflow connections, out flow connections, utility connections), modelling (plant basis), and estimating (scope definition, contracting basis).Provide a convincing basis to a range of stakeholders.The intention is to mimic, at a high level, an Enquiry Specification for an EPC Contract as this would provide a grounding for the work to be undertaken in WP3...

Making efficient use of bioenergy feedstocks for cleaner, greener energy

H. Evans
ETI’s Strategy Manager Hannah Evans presents “Making efficient use of bioenergy feedstocks for cleaner, greener energy” at an Energy Institute lecture on 27 November 2017 (slide set)

Modelling Storage and Flexibility within the Whole Energy System - Presentation

A. Buckman
Energy Systems Catapult’s Senior Analyst Dr. Alex Buckman presents ETI’s work on “Modelling Storage and Flexibility within the Whole Energy System” at the Renewable Energy Association, Energy Storage and Connected Systems 2018 Conference, LondonEnergy system balancing is critical and extends beyond the electricity systemChanges to the energy system are shifting the emphasis on how much and what type of flexibility measures are needed –future changes will only increase these shiftsThere are opportunities to utilise a...

Thermal Power with CCS - A framework for assessing the value for money of electricity technologies

The ETI commissioned Frontier Economics to develop a robust framework for comparing the costs and benefits of electricity generation, storage and interconnection investments in Great Britain (GB), and to produce transparent decision support tools that facilitate balanced and evidence-based value for money assessments. This project report develops and applies a framework for assessing value for money that can be applied by policy makers and other interested parties.The framework is designed to assess potential investment decisions...

Thermal Power with CCS - D5.1 Plant Operating Cost Modelling

This report and its attachments consider how a large scale gas with CCS plant might operate in a future energy system and provides detailed estimates of both fixed and variable operating costs. Cost are built ‘bottom up’, considering likely staffing requirements, required maintenance schedules etc. As was expected, variable costs are dominated by fuel costs.The major fixed cost items are insurance, staffing and maintenance.

Strategic UK CCS Storage Appraisal - Data and Information Requirements

A. James, S. Baines & S. McCollough
The lack of appraisal of CO2 storage sites is considered a key hurdle to progressing CCS in the UK.This project will screen, select and progress appraisal of 5 CO2 stores applying international best practice.Screening will use CO2Stored and public domain sources.Selection and Appraisal will use the PGS Megamerge seismic data plus seismic and well data from CDA, augmented as necessary.

CCS Next Generation Capture Technologies: Benchmarking and Performance Analysis - Executive Summary

The vision for the ETI’s CCS Next Generation Capture Technologies focus area is to support the development of a transformational capture technology to a stage where it is ready for incorporation into a full scale demonstration or first of a kind build by 2015. To support selection of the most appropriate technology, the ETI commissioned a series of projects, with Foster Wheeler Energy Limited (FW), to produce outline designs and technoeconomic assessments of power generation...

ETI Insights Report - UK Networks Transition Challenges - Electricity

L. Lidstone
In the UK, the electricity network is the most widespread energy network, reaching nearly every home and public, commercial and industrial building. It is also the one that serves the greatest number of end-uses, from lighting and heat to appliances, electronics and industrial loads.The possible means of generation are also broad, though currently large-scale thermal power generation (notably gas and nuclear) dominate and are linked by the transmission system. Recently there has been a growth...

Thermal Power with CCS - Technical Note: District Heat Networks

M. Wills
This note provides a summary of potential opportunities to recover low grade heat from the plant for use in district heat networks. It concludes that there is useful waste heat available within the plant which could be used for District Heat Networks.The opportunity size is 62.5 MW which is enough heat for 2,000 to 4,000 houses.Consideration should be given to the application of a CCUS scheme to provide heat to district heating networks.The CCGT +...

Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration (CVEI) - D4.1. Initial Analysis of Technology, Commercial and Market Building Blocks for Energy Infrastructure

J. Greenleaf & O. Rix
The objective of the Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration project is to inform UK Government and European policy and to help shape energy and automotive industry products, propositions and investment strategies. Additionally, it aims to develop an integrated set of analytical tools that models future market scenarios in order to test the impact of future policy, industry and societal choices.The project is made up of two stages:Stage 1 aims to characterize market and policy frameworks,...

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