The UK’s energy system is undergoing dramatic changes at an unprecedented rate, aiming to transition to clean, secure, and affordable energy sources and smart local energy systems (SLE). To support this transition, the UK must also train the workforce that would be delivering and operating the new SLE system. So the question on What skills and training provisions are needed for the successful transition to smart local energy systems? must be addressed.
To answer this question, the Skills research team at the EnergyREV project has set out to undertake several case studies at the localities where this transition is underway. The first case study, presented here, is for the city of Bristol.
Full Report in available in PDF here, while individual chapters are presented below:
- Bristol’s Energy Ecosystem
- Building and Retrofit (run causal link model)
- Local Authorities (run causal link model)
- Citizens (run causal link model)
- Transport and Mobility (run causal link model)
- Community Energy (run causal link model)
- Energy (run causal link model)
- ICT for Smart Local Energy (run causal link model)
- Skills Across Smart Local Energy System of Systems: Architecting through Interfaces