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    Report:Data Standards And Protocol

    This report outlines the main processes and standards involved in the management of shared data (and associated metadata) within Project LEO. The report is an update of the 2019 report where more information has been added on processing and quality control of Foreground data generated in Project LEO. The report defines the main terms used…
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    Report:Data workshop report

    An overview of the Data Workshop which took place on 30 September 2020. The Data Workshop began at 10:00 am in the OeRC Conference Room, with 25 participants attending throughout the day. Engaging discussions were led by Project LEO partners on pertinent concepts of data management, utilization and engagement across a range of audiences. A…
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    Report:Project LEO programme update

    This is the third ‘Programme Update’ for Project LEO, providing an update on activities undertaken in the project since March 2020. Programme Updates are posted on the Project LEO website providing insights into the activities, outputs and research being generated as part of the demonstrator project.
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    Report:MVS Sandford Hydro technical report

    Project LEO is taking an agile approach to developing and testing new flexibility services. This is achieved through minimum viable system (MVS) trials which use the minimum set of requirements to test a new hypothesis or adaptation from previous iterations. This report details the key learnings from the running of the first MVS (Minimum Viable…
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    Report:Project LEO stakeholder engagement principles

    This is a strategic document which outlines the high-level stakeholder engagement approach for the whole of Project LEO by setting out the 8 Engagement Principles which must be followed by the Project. The principles are: The energy system is understood as a socio-technical system. Engagement is informed by the needs and priorities of stakeholders. Engagement…
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    Report:Data workshop report

    The annual LEO Data Workshop (the 2n​d​ of 3 Project LEO Data Workshops) was held virtually on July 7t​h and was hosted by the University of Oxford (UoO), Oxford Brookes University (OBC) and the Oxfordshire County Council (OCC). This workshop was held to determine the main data and tool gaps within Project LEO, including the…
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    Report:MVS Oxford Bus Company technical report

    Project LEO is taking an agile approach to developing and testing new flexibility services. This is achieved through minimum viable system (MVS) trials which use the minimum set of requirements to test a new hypothesis or adaptation from previous iterations. The first type of flexibility service identified as an MVS trial within LEO was based…
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    Report:LEO Integrated Land Use Map

    The LEO Integrated Land Use map has been developed by Oxfordshire County Council (OCC). The map, delivered to partners as an ArcGIS web application, aims to provide an accessible overview of land use designations and energy assets within the Oxfordshire county area to inform energy system planning in the consolidation phase of Project LEO. In…
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    Report:Use cases and services to be trialled Phase 1

    This paper outlines the development of possible market services by the Oxfordshire Programme since publication of the “Services in a Facilitated Market” report in August 2019. Phase 1 of the works is presented, with Phase 2 to follow in Summer 2020. Phase 2 will align terminology and the underlying approach with other industry projects where…
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    Report:MVS Sackler Library technical report

    Project LEO is taking an agile approach to developing and testing new flexibility services. This is achieved through minimum viable system (MVS) trials which use the minimum set of requirements to test a new hypothesis or adaptation from previous iterations. The third type of flexibility service identified as an MVS trial within LEO is demand…
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    Report:Modelling the GB flexibility market – Part 2 The value of flexibility

    This study set out to assess the value and whole-system impact of demand-side flexibility in a net zero carbon energy scenario for the UK. An accompanying report (“The Value of Flexibility”) examines the overall value of such flexibility. It explores the degree to which flexibility in general can reduce the need for investment in traditional…
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    Report:Modelling the GB flexibility market – Part 1 – The value of flexibility

    This study set out to assess the value and whole-system impact of demand-side flexibility in a net zero carbon energy scenario for the UK. Our analysis has produced the following key results, which are discussed in more detail in the body of the report. Hitting net zero requires significant investment in low-carbon generation, demand-side technologies…
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