Getting to Net Zero Working Group

Energy Networks Snap-Shot Report

Martin Hill, Colin Thomson, James Higgins, Charlotte Owen, Nigel Holmes, Robert Gibson, Maxine Frerk, Phil Lawton, Gareth Harrison, Harry Van de Weijde, Antonios Katris, Christian Calvillo Munoz, Fiona Riddoch

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Abstract

The electricity gas and heat networks are finding it necessary to increase their ad hoc interactions as they develop their contribution to the net zero1 targets for green house gases for the UK and Scotland. The organisations involved in the “Getting to Net Zero” working group are all directly engaged in the energy sector encountering day-to-day challenges around how to include “getting to net zero” in their operations. The working group met to consider the progress of networks to date in addressing net zero and to identify immediate actions that would remove barriers to progress. This snap shot report summarises the working group findings.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
Commissioning bodyNet Zero Working Group
Number of pages14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Nov 2019

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Keywords

  • energy networks
  • net zero
  • decarbonisation
  • climate change

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Hill, M., Thomson, C., Higgins, J., Owen, C., Holmes, N., Gibson, R., ... Riddoch, F. (2019). Getting to Net Zero Working Group: Energy Networks Snap-Shot Report. Edinburgh. https://doi.org/10.17868/71012
Hill, Martin ; Thomson, Colin ; Higgins, James ; Owen, Charlotte ; Holmes, Nigel ; Gibson, Robert ; Frerk, Maxine ; Lawton, Phil ; Harrison, Gareth ; Van de Weijde, Harry ; Katris, Antonios ; Calvillo Munoz, Christian ; Riddoch, Fiona. / Getting to Net Zero Working Group : Energy Networks Snap-Shot Report. Edinburgh, 2019. 14 p.
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Hill, M, Thomson, C, Higgins, J, Owen, C, Holmes, N, Gibson, R, Frerk, M, Lawton, P, Harrison, G, Van de Weijde, H, Katris, A, Calvillo Munoz, C & Riddoch, F 2019, Getting to Net Zero Working Group: Energy Networks Snap-Shot Report. Edinburgh. https://doi.org/10.17868/71012

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Hill M, Thomson C, Higgins J, Owen C, Holmes N, Gibson R et al. Getting to Net Zero Working Group: Energy Networks Snap-Shot Report. Edinburgh, 2019. 14 p. https://doi.org/10.17868/71012