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Low carbon heating in domestic buildings - technical feasibility: cost appendix

Cost appendix to accompany the technical feasibility of low carbon heating in domestic buildings report.


Footnotes

1. Element Energy & UCL (2019), Analysis on abating direct emissions from ‘hard-to-decarbonise’ homes

2. Element Energy for BEIS 2018, Hydrogen supply chain: evidence base

3. Element Energy for NIC 2018, Cost analysis of future heat infrastructure

4. CCC 2018, Hydrogen in a low-carbon economy

5. CCC 2018, Hydrogen in a low-carbon economy

6. Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks 2019, Impact of Future Electric Heating Penetration on SSEN’s network in Scotland using the Scottish Government’s Urban and Rural Classifications

7. ENA, Electricity Distribution Map

8. Scottish Government, Urban Rural Classification 2016

9. It is worth noting that these “building archetypes” are not inherently on or off the gas grid. Each “building archetype” is in fact associated with a subset of “detailed archetypes” that describe further characteristics of a property, including its location on or off the gas grid. As a result, a particular “building archetype” is always described by a share of “detailed archetypes” that are either on or off the gas grid.

Contact

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