Evaluation of social, regulatory and governance implications of findings

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April 2018 to March 2021

Project team

Michael Grubb

Lai Fong Chiu

This part of the project seeks to provide earliest possible feedback on potential social and regulatory implications of proposals for heat from socio-technical and political-economic perspectives.

Evaluation of social, regulatory and governance implications of findings (decarbonisation of heat)

We are looking at how, from an Energy System Architecture perspective, we can support the evaluation and improvement of whole system models as tools for informing policy decisions. This part of the project runs alongside the other aspects of the project to develop an evaluation framework for reviewing whole system models and to provide earliest possible feedback on potential social regulatory implications of possible pathways and trajectories of heat decarbonisation.

 

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