Project SCENe aims to accelerate the implementation of renewable energy systems in housing development. Academics and industry are leading the research and development strategy which looks to integrate different topics.
Here, you will find different publications, press releases and documents that informed the development of Project SCENe:
A Technology Platform for Monitoring Homes within a Community Energy Scheme: Design and Implementation Challenges. Shipman, R. & Gillott, M. (2018). In 17th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET2018). Wuhan, China.
The importance of socio-technical and community energy approaches to sustainability transitions: Key concepts and examples. Cameron, L., Rodrigues, L. & Gillott, M. In 17th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET2018). Wuhan, China.
Design and operation of a low-temperature heat networks in the UK. Design and operation of a low-temperature heat networks in the UK. He, M., Tunzi, M., Allison, D., Lomas, K. Svendsen, S. (2017). In 3rd International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4th Generation District Heating. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Optimal operation of a multi vector energy system in the UK. Tunzi, M., He, M., Allison, D., Lomas, K., Gillott, M., Rodrigues, L., Bradshaw-Smith, C., Ebbs, N. & Lindup, J. (2017). Hot Cool Magazine, 4, 13-16.
Tapping the Potential for Energy Storage in Community Energy Initiatives. Kiamba, L., Rodrigues, L., & Marsh, J. (2017). In 16th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET2017). Bologna, Italy.
The effect of shading , infiltration and ventilation levels on overheating and heating demands in UK residential buildings . Case study: Trent Basin Regeneration. Abdulla, Z., & Rodrigues, L. (2016). In PLEA 2016 Conference (pp. 11–13).
Design, Testing and Evaluation of a community hydrogen storage system for end user applications. Parra, D., Gillott, M. & & Walker, G. S. (2016). International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41. 5215-5229.
Energy Schemes : The Role of Public Participation and Engagement. Kiamba, L., Rodrigues, L., & Marsh, P. J. (2017).
Optimum community energy storage system for PV energy time-shift. Parra, D., Gillott, M., Norman, S. A., & Walker, G. S. (2015). Applied Energy, 137 (September 2013), 576–587.
Optimum community energy storage system for demand load shifting. Parra, D., Norman, S. A., Walker, G. S., & Gillott, M. (2016). Applied Energy, 174, 130–143.
Optimum community energy storage for renewable energy and demand load management. Parra, D., Norman, S. A., Walker, G. S., & Gillott, M. (2017). Applied Energy, 200, 358–369.
An interdisciplinary review of energy storage for communities: Challenges and perspectives. Parra, D., Swierczynski, M., Stroe, D. I., Norman, S. A., Abdon, A., Worlitschek, J., Patel, M. K. (2017). Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 79, 730–749.
Modeling of PV generation, battery and hydrogen storage to investigate the benefits of energy storage for single dwelling. Parra, D., Walker, G. S., & Gillott, M. (2014). Sustainable Cities and Society, 10 (August 2012), 1–10.
Are batteries the optimum PV-coupled energy storage for dwellings? Techno-economic comparison with hot water tanks in the UK. Parra, D., Walker, G. S., & Gillott, M. (2016). Energy and Buildings, 116, 614–621.
The Case for Localised Energy Management to Support Resilient Cities. Rodrigues, L., Marsh, J., Kiamba, L., Gillott, M., & Doherty, T. O. (2016).
A concept review of power line communication in building energy management systems for the small to medium sized non-domestic built environment. Whiffen, T. R., Naylor, S., Hill, J., Smith, L., Callan, P. A., Gillott, M., Wood, C. J., Riffat, S. B. (2016). Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 64, 618–633.
The Future for Small-Scale Low-Carbon Generation – A call for evidence (July, 2018). Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. p. 16
Financing the Transition: Harnessing UK Cities’ Ambition for Clean Energy (2017). UK:100. p. 35
UK Smart Cities Index 2017 (2017). Huawei. p. 38-39