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Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: project overview
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Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: project overview

A page that brings together all the research from this joint project with the Met Office and the Committee on Climate Change

17 Mar 2022
Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: short wind ramping events dataset
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Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: short wind ramping events dataset

Latest report from our project with the Met Office and the Committee on Climate Change on modelling changing weather patterns to better understand their potential impact on future electricity generation.

17 Mar 2022
Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: short duration events
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Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: short duration events

The latest findings from the collaborative project with the Met Office and the Climate Change Committee on the possible impact of adverse weather on future electricity systems.

17 Dec 2021
Agent based modelling of a heat market
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Agent based modelling of a heat market

Research by Frontier Economics illustrating how modelling the behaviour of individual 'agents' can support policy making.

1 Dec 2021
Baseline Report: Social research
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Baseline Report: Social research

Social research on the public's priorities for future infrastructure and attitudes towards solutions to address urban congestion, informing the Baseline Report.

15 Nov 2021
PWC Towns social research study
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PWC Towns social research study

Social research looking at what residents of towns across England think about the quality of their local infrastructure.

23 Sep 2021
The impact of infrastructure on quality of life – literature review
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The impact of infrastructure on quality of life – literature review

Insights on how infrastructure can affect quality of life and wellbeing, particularly at the local level.

23 Aug 2021
Distributional impacts analysis of engineered greenhouse gas removals
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Distributional impacts analysis of engineered greenhouse gas removals

Analysis Leeds University/Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment which informed the greenhouse gas removals technology study.

29 Jul 2021
Greenhouse gas removal technology attributes
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Greenhouse gas removal technology attributes

Technical review by Foresight Transmissions of current knowledge on bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) and direct air capture (DAC) technologies.

29 Jul 2021
Policy mechanisms for supporting deployment of engineered greenhouse gas removal technologies
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Policy mechanisms for supporting deployment of engineered greenhouse gas removal technologies

29 Jul 2021
Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: long duration events
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Adverse weather scenarios for future electricity systems: long duration events

28 Jun 2021
Impact of historic shocks on infrastructure demand
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Impact of historic shocks on infrastructure demand

13 May 2021
Infrastructure demand quantitative analysis for scenarios of behaviour change
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Infrastructure demand quantitative analysis for scenarios of behaviour change

13 May 2021
Research into renewable electricity systems – Baringa
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Research into renewable electricity systems – Baringa

24 Feb 2021
Rail Needs Assessment for the Midlands and the North: Reference class forecast
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Rail Needs Assessment for the Midlands and the North: Reference class forecast

15 Dec 2020

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