- The ETI invested £300,000 in an energy infrastructure analysis project
- The project aimed to improve understanding of the opportunity for, and implications of moving to, more integrated multi-vector networks
- Element Energy led on the project and worked with Baringa Partners, CNG Services and Liwacom
The project aimed to improve the understanding of the opportunity for and implications of moving to more integrated multi vector energy networks in the future.
Future energy systems could use infrastructure very differently to how they are employed today. Several individual energy vectors - electricity, gas and hydrogen - are capable of delivering multiple services and there are other services that can be met or delivered by more than one vector or network.
This project explored how this could become a reality over the coming decades.