Our research and data services range from testing your new products to researching consumer attitudes towards new and smart energy efficient technologies.
For low carbon projects to be a success, it’s vital to have a clear idea of both the challenge ahead and how you’re doing once it’s underway. Our team of experts provide clients with new insights and ideas through primary and secondary research, data analysis, energy modelling and evaluation.
Explore our resources and advice pages to find out how we could help your business. Our expertise includes:
- primary and secondary desk research that gives new insights into communicating with your customers and clients
- data analysis and modelling to give you the insights and evidence you need to develop your new energy-related products or services
- energy modelling to model and calculate the savings and impacts of certain energy efficient measures on particular house types
- Ongoing monitoring and evaluation of the impact of carbon reduction programmes, installations and market overviews to help monitor change and add value to your services
Key areas of expertise:
- strong expertise and experience across energy efficiency in buildings and modelling energy savings
- decarbonisation and carbon reduction pathways
Our sustainability sector expertise has helped governments, local authorities and commercial businesses across Great Britain understand key energy efficiency issues and prepare future strategy and programmes to meet the net zero challenge.
We also carry out a variety of work for the public and commercial sectors, from bespoke small projects to large scale government tenders focusing on energy efficiency challenges and fuel poverty.
CoheatEvaluating the performance of Coheat’s innovative district heat network. Case study
WWF CymruModelling the potential impact of domestic energy policies with WWF Cymru. Case study
The LIAIdentifying the impact of LED lighting on energy saving product performance within a social housing context.
Local Homes Portal: using big data to map Scotland’s green homes potential
The most recent Scottish Housing Condition Survey reveals that 81% of solid wall properties are not insulated.
Using energy data to map future needs
Big data and its management can provide real insight into the changes we need to make, which should provide clear benefits for…
EPCs: how to capitalise on open source home energy data
More data on the UK’s homes has been made freely available than ever before, after the DCLG released all its energy performance…