E4tech is leading the development of a Whole System Energy Model for Scotland

E4tech has been selected by Scottish Government to lead a team to develop a Whole System Energy Model for Scotland. Taking into consideration all of the key elements of the Scottish system, from production to end-use, the model will allow the exploration of Scotland-specific energy futures and play a valuable role in supporting the formulation of a co-ordinated set of policies and proposals to enable Scotland to meet its climate change and renewable generation targets. It will specifically be used to inform the development of Scottish Government’s Third Report on Proposals and Policies in relation to Climate Change (RPP3). The model is being developed in collaboration with project partners Imperial College London, e4sma, KanORS-EMR, and Systra. E4tech has extensive experience structuring and coordinating the development of similar major energy system models, including the Biomass Value Chain Model for the ETI.

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