resources Test beds & demonstrators

Facilitated demonstration sites for new cleantech innovation trials and existing cleantech pilots in London

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    Here East – future infrastructure

    Development of the Here East digital campus at the Olympic Park, including deploying the LLDC carbon offset to demonstrate new innovations in zero emission transport, zero carbon energy, circular economy and green infrastructure.

    Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
  • Air quality

    Marylebone – London’s first clean air station

    Partnership with Airlabs, JC Decaux and BNP Paribas to trial Airlabs’ proprietary dual filter system (sitting within the specially adapted advertising units provided by JCDecaux) to remove particulate matter and nitrogen oxides from the air at Marylebone Station.

    Marylebone Station, Melcombe Pl, Marylebone, London NW1 6JJ
  • Green infrastructure & biodiversity

    Nature Smart Cities

    Brings together environmental researchers and technologists to develop the world’s first end-to-end open source system for monitoring bats: smart bat monitors tuning data into spectrograms are being deployed and tested in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, east London.

    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Floor 10, 1 Stratford Place, E20 1EJ
  • Ambient Noise

    Noisetrap – West London Power station

    Noisetrap panels, designed by Sonobex Ltd and manufactured and installed by Merford Noise Control, in a trial by UK Power Networks at a substation in Bayswater. The panels absorb and cancel low frequency noise, whilst allowing natural airflow to cool the electrical equipment inside the building.

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    Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation

    Launched in April 2015, OPDC is the Local Planning Authority and regeneration agency for the 650 hectare site in west London. Home to HS2 and a key opportunity areas in London for demonstrating and deploying cleantech innovations in situ.

    OPDC, 7-11 Minerva Rd, Park Royal, London
  • Clean energy

    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,