District heating demonstrator channelling warm air from the Northern Line to heat local offices, leisure centres and 1350 homes. Led by Islington Council, Transport for London and Ramboll.
Bunhill 2 Energy Centre, London
Olympic Park Energy Centre
The Olympic Park is powered by two cutting-edge energy centres – one in King’s Yard on the west of the Park, and one near Westfield Stratford City forming a decentralised energy network of heating, cooling and power. This is the largest decentralised energy scheme to be built in the UK and makes a key contribution to the Park meeting its zero carbon ambitions.
Kings Yard, 5 Clarnico Lane, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park,
Peer-to-peer energy trading
A peer-to-peer electricity trading trial underway in Brixton, south London, in which households buy their energy from local sources such as neighbours or local businesses. Run by EDF Energy, University College London and Repowering London.
Elmore HouseBrixton, London
Smart Bench Network London
Strawberry Energy led network of smart benches in the a variety of London locations to allow people to charge phones, use free Wi-Fi, and track levels of air pollution, all powered by a solar panel.
Elscot House, Arcadia Avenue, London, United Kingdom, N3 2JU
Led by HSSMI the project aims to produce a end-of-life lithium supply chain by reusing, remanufacturing and recycling automotive batteries.
London Solar Opportunity Map
Commissioned by GLA to support London to achieve 1 GW of installed solar energy capacity by 2030, and 2 GW by 2050.
Network of local government leaders, who have pledged to secure the future for their communities by shifting to 100% clean energy by 2050. UK100 connects local leaders to each other, to business and to national government, enabling them to showcase their achievements, learn from each other and speak collectively to accelerate the transition to clean energy.
Renewable Energies Association
Trade association for the UK's renewable energy and clean technology industry.
Partnership consisting of experts from government, business and academia. Established by the Mayor of London in 2002, Hydrogen London has been at the heart of London’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry – driving forward growth and investment to make London a leader in the sector.
Partnership of experts from government, business and academia. Established by the Mayor of London in 2002, Hydrogen London has been at the heart of London’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry – driving forward growth and investment to make London a leader in the sector.
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