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Types of stakeholder to be included under each challenge
1. Curbing energy waste and peak demand (which embeds a related challenge to use smart energy data to help manage network constraints)
Network operator (probably only WPD, but 2 or 3 people from WPD?)
Building management people
Smart device manufacturers (e.g. Nest)
Academics who study electricity networks
Academics who study energy demand
Smart Energy GB
Traditional energy efficiency companies?
Community energy people
2. Enhancing the value of low carbon electricity generated in or near the city (which links to a related challenge of improving local system balancing/power matching within city)
Community energy people
Network operator
Heat networks people
Battery / storage people
3. Using smart energy data and associated interventions to tackle cold homes/fuel poverty and the associated health and social challenges
Health people
Social services / adult care
Organisations supporting vulnerable people
Citizens Advice
HES team
CharIoT contacts
Toshiba (??)
Social Housing Providers (?)
4. Capturing the economic benefits of a smarter energy city for the city (i.e. its people and businesses) (incl. business/employment development, smart energy data/services ‘cluster’ etc)
5. Developing city energy system understanding at fine grain to enhance planning and operational capabilities at city level.