The government & regulator’s strategic initiative to facilitate energy data modernisation; it is responsible for administrating this workspace as one part of its wider program of work
A digital map of underground pipes and cables is to be created, to help save lives and reduce the disruption caused when they are struck by mistake
The Energy Networks Association’s overarching working group for data-relating to the GB energy system and energy network companies
A Danish initiative to modernise its electricity data, including use of a Data Hub
ESRC funded data service with effective metadata management and long term data archiving services
Transforming the collection, storage, analysis and publication of UKCS data across the oil and gas lifecycle
An example of digital mapping form the marine sector
An academic organisation helping other organisations open their data. It hosts datasets for others to access.
To take advantage of open-source data and computing practices to deliver a global infrastructure equivalent open to street mapping
Becoming the National Platform to satisfy the computational needs in support of data analysis; infrastructure research; and strategic thinking for the UK’s long term planning and investment needs
Centrica's Distributed Energy and Power business is working on a pioneering trial in Cornwall that will test the use of flexible demand, generation and storage across both the domestic and business sectors
Research project to explore potential barriers to information sharing for enabling the decarbonisation of energy intensive industry
Competition run by Innovate UK to support the wider https://modernisingenergydata.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/MED/pages/6357105 work.
The competition is to provide a solution to the inter-operation between marketplace digital/data services
Guidance jointly owned by Ofgem and BEIS that defines their expectations for how data is best used to maximise its benefits to consumers.
This is a free tool where innovators can pitch their ideas to the networks, the ENA regularly review these with the Innovation Managers of the networks
Modifications to the UNC that are steps along the road of aligning it to the EDTF and https://modernisingenergydata.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/MED/pages/21528580/Data+Best+Practice
£24 million research operation designed to develop an energy systems research capability in Wales which will build on the world class capability that already exists in Welsh Universities. It is running demonstrator tests on a range of energy system topics.
3 year collaboration project with National Grid (ESO), ‘PV Monitoring Phase 3’, funded by the Network Innovation Allowance. The project aims to augment the PV_Live methodology in order to provide 5 minutely outturn estimates in near-real-time for digital mapping and better system optimisation
The National Energy Efficiency Data-Framework (NEED) was set up to provide a better understanding of energy use and energy efficiency in domestic and non-domestic buildings in Great Britain.
ELEXON, manager of the BSC, has raised a proposal to change the code rules so that all data we hold is assumed to be openly available unless there is a specific reason why it shouldn’t be.
The ENA Smarter Networks Portal provides an overview of all existing and previous innovation projects run by the Gas & Electricity Networks in GB, including all project outputs.
The ENA Open Networks Project is a major industry initiative that will transform the way our energy networks operate, underpinning the delivery of the smart grid. The project seeks to enable the uptake of new smart energy technologies by more and more homes, businesses, and communities in the UK.
Setup by ENA, this pages provides a single entry point for Flexibility Services that Electricity Networks in Great Britain are utilising from Distributed Energy Resources (DER).
A report akin to the Energy Data Task Force setting a collective industry vision for the electric vehicles marketplace
Initiative focusing specifically on researching, documenting, and reporting about the data sharing practices, EU legal frameworks
Central point for accessing Western Power Distribution energy data sets and supporting information.
Innovation project to assess Western Power Distribution data sets, develop use cases, prioritise and assess appropriate level of openness, make data sets available via the WPD Energy Data Hub.
UKERC Energy Data Centre
The Data Catalogue of the UKERC Energy Data Centre provides an outward-facing energy data service to the UK energy research community datasets or pointers to data generated from any source (whether Research Council funded or third party), including national and international sources
Centre for Sustainable Energy
An Open Data Collaboration Initiative that gathers and shares a range of data sets mostly focused on domestic properties.
An Open Data project that has developed an interactive online tool to visualise local energy forecasts by scenario, publishing data to primary substation.
NERC (UKRI) funded innovation activity with a budget of £5 million to create innovative digital services that deliver economic, social and environmental benefits.
System Wide Resource Register (SWRR) - DNO maintained registers in a format agreed via the Open Networks project containing generation and storage assets >= 1MW that are connected or have connections agreed. This also includes information on flexibility services. Updated monthly.
Central point for accessing Northern Powergrid’s energy data sets and supporting information.
ReFLEX Orkney is using analytics and forecasting of weather, on their FlexiGrid platform, to optimise dispatch and aggregate assets for competing in flexibility markets. UKRI funded program to ensure matching of supply/demand in Orkney.
The Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) project will showcase cutting-edge electric vehicle charging, energy storage systems, and low carbon heating, plus smart energy management technologies to support Oxford City Council’s journey to zero carbon
Bank Energi are seeking to find local solutions to energy challenges using an open-source end-to-end energy trading platform.
LEMDEx was funded by Innovate UK under the Prospering from the Energy Revolution Programme, within the Smart Local Energy Systems stream. The project was a 6-month feasibility study into deploying Swanbarton’s Local Energy Market (LEM) technology in the South West.
Power Transition won funding from the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund to lead a £195,000 project to show how a next-generation blockchain system can deliver faster transactions on a new green housing development in Corby, Northamptonshire.
The Keele University Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND) – a European first, is an at scale environment providing a platform that allows energy generation, distribution, storage, forecasting and energy balancing to be intelligently carried out across different energy sources using the Keele University campus as a genuine ‘living laboratory.’