Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire)
Booking is recommended for this talk.
This project is led by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks along with EDF Energy, Nuuve, Open Utility, Origami Energy, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, The Low Carbon Hub C.I.C. and the University of Oxford
Project LEO will show how the very latest in energy innovation can be put together to provide cheaper, cleaner energy for users. LEO will take a Distribution System Operator (DSO) approach to implementing new energy projects across Oxfordshire, facilitating future forecasting and planning. The approach will be to create a local energy marketplace which will enable virtual aggregation of electricity loads, their flexible dispatch and local peer-to-peer trading. A data interface with the DSO will enable better active network management and visibility/forecasting of local constraints. Overall, the project takes a very community centric approach. It has a large portfolio (~90) of low carbon energy projects, which will be used to demonstrate feasibility and provide learning. Priority projects will include a community hydro project, an EV transport hub and heat network proposals.
The university project lead is Professor Malcolm McCulloch in the Energy and Power Group, Dept of Engineering.
7 May 2019, 17:00 (Tuesday, 2nd week, Trinity 2019)
Dyson Perrins Building, off South Parks Road OX1 3QY
Gottman Room, Oxford University Centre for the Environment
Prof Malcolm McCulloch (Head of the University of Oxford’s Electrical Power Group and Co-Director of The Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy)
Environmental Change Institute
Anne L Ryan (Oxford Energy Coordinator)
Organiser contact email address:
Professor Nick Eyre (Environmental Change Institute),
Dr Philipp Grunewald (University of Oxford, Oxford University Centre for the Environment)
Energy Colloquia Series
Energy industries--Energy consumption,