Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) is taking an agile approach to developing and testing new energy services
Also business models and the local user participation required to operate a smart, flexible energy system for a net-zero future.
In this webinar, Scot will discuss the MVS (minimum viable system) trial concept, highlight some results from the trials so far and introduce some of the Smart and Fair Neighbourhood Trials being planned.
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Dr Scot Wheeler
Oxford Martin Fellow
Scot Wheeler is a researcher in the Engineering Science Department at the University of Oxford, and and Oxford Martin Fellow of the Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy. Scot’s research focuses on the role of smart local energy systems in the transition to a low carbon energy future. This includes the integration of new flexible energy technologies, innovative market structures and user engagement at a local level. Within Project LEO, Scot is coordinating the project’s agile approach to flexibility trials and consolidating the technical learnings which result.