Prospering from the Energy Revolution: Six in Sixty - Data and Digitalisation
Hear about one of the key facets of PFER, a £102m programme focussed on the integration of power, heat and transport and the business models needed to enable Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) to scale towards net zero.
If you’re part of the smart systems community this session on Data and Digitalisation within the Prospering From the Energy Revolution (PFER) ISCF, part of the Six in Sixty mini-series is a must see. The fast-paced, quick-fire, hour-long webinar with a minimum of six speakers will continue the story of Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) and PFER, focusing on the Data and Digitalisation pillar.
Webcast recording and slides are now available
Find the slides here.
PFER is a £102m programme focussed on the integration of power, heat, digital and transport and the business models needed to enable Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) to scale towards net zero. PFER features 170 businesses funded to deliver around 40 projects; now is the time to bring the smart systems community together.
This is your chance to hear from the various parts of the PFER programme including demonstrators, designs, key technology and data projects alongside our intellectual powerhouse EnergyRev and the Energy Revolution Integration Service delivered via the Energy Systems Catapult.
Episodes in the series will feature a wide variety of project presentations (both PFER and non-PFER funded projects) as well as insights from investors, entrepreneurs, government departments and regulators. Whilst we may end up changing the scope a little based on your feedback, the current plan is as follows.
- Episode 1: PFER overview | 5th November
- Episode 2: Data and Digitalisation | 4th February
- Episode 3: Finance and Investment | 6th May
- Episode 4: Technology and Infrastructure | 3rd February
- Episode 5: People and Skills | 19th May
We very much look forward to welcoming you!
Enabling smart local energy systems
We live, work and travel in regions, cites, towns and communities, but energy systems are still very centralised. UKRI’s Prospering from the Energy Revolution programme explored the potential of smart local energy systems and place-based approaches. Discover learnings and insights from the £104m, five-year programme.