Scenarios for the Development of Smart Grids in the UK: Synthesis Report

Balta-Ozkan, N., Watson, T., Connor, P., Axon, C., Whitmarsh, L., Davidson, R., Spence, A., Baker, P., Xenias, D., Cipcigan, L. and Taylor, G. 2014. Scenarios for the Development of Smart Grids in the UK: Synthesis Report. London UKERC.

TitleScenarios for the Development of Smart Grids in the UK: Synthesis Report
AuthorsBalta-Ozkan, N., Watson, T., Connor, P., Axon, C., Whitmarsh, L., Davidson, R., Spence, A., Baker, P., Xenias, D., Cipcigan, L. and Taylor, G.
Abstract

Building on extensive expert feedback and input, this Research Report describes four smart grid scenarios which consider how the UK' electricity system might develop to 2050. The scenarios outline how political decisions, as well as those made in regulation, finance, technology, consumer and social behaviour, market design or response, might affect the decisions of other actors and limit or allow the availability of future options.

FileScenarios for the Development of Smart Grids in the UK.pdf
Year2014
PublisherUKERC
Place of publicationLondon
Publication dates
Published25 Feb 2014
Web address (URL)http://www.ukerc.ac.uk/publications/scenarios-for-the-development-of-smart-grids-in-the-uk.html

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