On 5 June 2019, World Environment Day (WED) has Air Pollution as its theme. Through its work on heat pumps and EVs, the BankEnergi team are working to improve air quality on London’s South Bank.
In its report published today, the Committee for Climate Change wants the UK to adopt a policy of zero emissions by 2050. To achieve this result it will need innovative projects such as BankEnergi.
BankEnergi has a vision that businesses and residents on the South Bank will be able to achieve bankable energy and carbon savings through a combination of demand management, energy storage, renewables and peer to peer trading. So where does Energy Storage fit in the merit order?
The BankEnergi project will be working with its local Distribution Network Operator to ensure that it strengthens the local distribution system, and does not create additional stresses as the area moves to a lower carbon future. We’ve a video from WPD that shows how DNO roles are changing.
Part-funded by the UK government’s ISCF to create a local energy market in London Southbank, reduce carbon emissions & benefit the community
South Bank Employers’ Group, Elizabeth House, 39 York Rd, Lambeth,
London SE1 7NQ