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== A: Technical- Energy ==
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! !! What we know !! What we could know
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| Power, heat and gas flows in city and known patterns of change ||
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* MSOA level electricity and gas consumption
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* A bottom up address level model of heat demand
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* Bottom up address level model of electricity
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* Temporal model of electricity demand based on load profiles
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* Information on upcoming developments in Bristol with large projected load
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| Current and future ‘local power generation’ levels and intermittency caused ||
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* Good estimate of current energy generation capacity within Bristol
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* More information about intermittency of renewable generation
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| Electricity distribution system operational issues and expectations in ‘smarter’ system||
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* Map of demand per substation per LSOA
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* Available capacity in distribution network for distributed generation
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* More about the effects of distributed generation on the distribution network
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* Outcome of SoLa Bristol project
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| Opportunities for demand side response and reduction in the city (power and heat) ||
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* Technical maximum demand shift at different times of day and year
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| Anticipated uses of smart energy data in future energy system management  - what gets smart? ||
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* There are several potential smart devices that could be adopted
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* Expected levels of uptake of smart devices within the home
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| Inventory of large discretionary loads in the city||  || 
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| Storage technology development trends and potential opportunities ||
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* The different existing storage technologies
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* The options that could be used within a city like Bristol do not appear to be economically viable at present
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* More about EVs being used as a storage medium
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* Future feasibility of storage
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Revision as of 13:06, 28 July 2015

A: Technical- Energy

What we know What we could know
Power, heat and gas flows in city and known patterns of change
  • MSOA level electricity and gas consumption
  • A bottom up address level model of heat demand
  • Bottom up address level model of electricity
  • Temporal model of electricity demand based on load profiles
  • Information on upcoming developments in Bristol with large projected load
Current and future ‘local power generation’ levels and intermittency caused
  • Good estimate of current energy generation capacity within Bristol
  • More information about intermittency of renewable generation
Electricity distribution system operational issues and expectations in ‘smarter’ system
  • Map of demand per substation per LSOA
  • Available capacity in distribution network for distributed generation
  • More about the effects of distributed generation on the distribution network
  • Outcome of SoLa Bristol project
Opportunities for demand side response and reduction in the city (power and heat)
  • Technical maximum demand shift at different times of day and year
Anticipated uses of smart energy data in future energy system management - what gets smart?
  • There are several potential smart devices that could be adopted
  • Expected levels of uptake of smart devices within the home
Inventory of large discretionary loads in the city
Storage technology development trends and potential opportunities
  • The different existing storage technologies
  • The options that could be used within a city like Bristol do not appear to be economically viable at present
  • More about EVs being used as a storage medium
  • Future feasibility of storage
 
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