EnergyREV Call for Evidence
13 Jun 2019
The EnergyREV consortium needs your help.
EnergyREV are undertaking a review of the policy and regulatory landscape for smart local energy systems and would like your help in crowdsourcing relevant materials. See the call for evidence below and please send evidence to the EnergyREV email below. The aim is to make the outputs accessible, relevant and useful.
Call for evidence
EnergyREV is a UK-wide research consortium established to tackle the challenges around smart local energy systems (SLES).
Within EnergyREV, the team’s first task is to understand today’s policy and regulatory landscape for SLES. To this end they are undertaking a systematic review of relevant materials, and need your help with this.
Over the coming months, they will be crowdsourcing key policies, regulations and other rules that form the landscape for SLES. Each month there will be a different focus.
The hypothesis for the work is
There are issues and gaps with the current policy and regulatory framework that prevent smart local energy systems from realising their potential benefits.
This month we’re looking at battery storage and electric vehicles.
- Battery storage (any chemistry) in homes, businesses and also connected to distribution or transmission electricity networks (any voltage)
- Electric vehicles (including cars, vans, buses and bicycles) including their associated charging infrastructure (private, businesses and public) and vehicle to grid approaches
We are asking for any materials on the policies, regulations and rules relevant to these topicsin the context of smart local energy systems and our hypothesis.
How to respond
Please send literature or links to email@example.com along with a brief explanation of their relevance to the review, by 28th June 2019.
Any personal details and affiliations you supply will not be associated with documents deemed relevant for inclusion in our review. Your details will not be processed or shared for any further purposes and will be deleted, along with your email response, at the project’s conclusion (November 2019).
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