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SSEN tools help councils plan low carbon infrastructure

Mark Moran
23 August 2022
The Regional Energy System Optimisation Planning (RESOP) Project is taking a ‘whole system’ approach, by drawing together data from multiple sources into a single tool that can be used to plan the roll out of low carbon technologies (LCTs) such as charging points for electric vehicles

 

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has established partnerships with Dundee City Council, Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council to trial novel tools that will help council planners locate energy assets by collaborating and sharing data with utility companies.

With the uptake of low carbon transport and heating, local authorities are finding themselves in the driving seat to plan the infrastructure that will support those choices.

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