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Value Management - Request for Proposals


Citation ETI Value Management - Request for Proposals, ETI, 2012. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000221.
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Publisher ETI
DOI https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000221
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Abstract This project studied how value can be delivered across a smart energy value chain - in the context of the UK. It built a clear understanding of how smart energy systems can deliver combined consumer value alongside commercial value for market participants - producers, suppliers, distributors. The analysis will help to make the commercial deployment of smart energy systems more likely. This £600,000 project was delivered by Frontier Economics, a leading economic consultancy.

This call for proposals is for Work Area 4 of the Smart Systems and Heat Programme, which covers Value Management and Delivery. It will address the key issue of how value can be delivered across the entire smart systems value chain (in the context of energy systems for domestic and small commercial consumers in the UK). The objective is to establish how smart systems might be configured and operatedto deliver sufficient value to all likely market participants, thereby making commercial deployment more likely.
Associated Project(s) ETI-SS1401: Smart Systems and Heat (SSH) Programme - Value Management and Delivery
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Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - Annex 2a: Qualitative policy analysis

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes. Annex 2b: Cost benefit analysis of policies

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - Annex 3a: Modelling customer uptake (including attitudes to risk)

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - Annex 3b: Payback period drivers

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - Annex 3c: Factors affecting intervention take-up order

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - Annex 3d: Elements of business model offerings

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - Annex 3e: Assumptions on current and future levels of insulation

Value Management - Overcoming barriers to smarter heat solutions in UK homes - final report