Reports & outputs

Below are links to output reports from Open Energy development teams. All development has been collaborative and in consultation with industry (including government, public and private sector) through Advisory Groups, the Open Energy Steering Group and/or through open public consultation, including webinars that are available on this website.

Index

  • The UK energy data ecosystem — overview
  • Use case — Electric Vehicles (EV) On-Street Chargepoints
  • Use case — Electric Vehicles (EV) Demand Management
  • Use case — Heating, Residential Property Developer
  • Use case — Local Authority
  • Report — Using network innovation and meteorology to build for sustainability
  • Open Energy data sensitivity classes (personal, commercial, security)
  • Open Energy data licensing model
  • Open Energy data access conditions
  • Open Energy Trust Framework technical documentation
  • Paper — Data protection and smart meter data
  • Programme report — 2021-2022 Pilot summary (webinar)
  • Programme report — 2021 EDVP report
  • Programme report — Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) Phase 3 report
  • Programme report — Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) Phase 1 reports

The UK energy data ecosystem — overview

Use case — Electric Vehicles (EV) On-Street Chargepoints

Open Report: https://energy.icebreakerone.org/2022/05/17/report-office-for-zero-emission-vehicles-ev-on-street-chargepoints-use-case/

Use case — Electric Vehicles (EV) DNO Demand Management

Open report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PLi7pqHTnbh57JemM4PHQS58I1Cx6R8B-ohHOzQ4UvM/edit

Use case — Heating, Residential Property Developer

Open report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1c3_WyH20-_Gc7ipB7m5Jp9oNLmRG_ctE09hvd5-spYw/edit

Use case — Local Authority

Core MEDA use case for development

Report — Using network innovation and meteorology to build for sustainability

NIMBUS, a partnership with SSEN Transmission, SSEN Distribution and Icebreaker One is an ambitious project with the potential to accelerate the transition to net-zero by prolonging the life of assets, improving their reliability and management through the introduction of new, granular data sources and improvements to network asset design, investment and operations.

Open Energy data sensitivity classes

Open Energy operates a system of five data sensitivity classes, graded across three dimensions of sensitivity: personal, commercial, and security.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DmH26BTXJ5KwQfXpuOOZh4t3hkN-8dH_JBjCodHPetg/edit

Open Energy data licensing model

Open Energy codifies the licensing of data to make it easier to share.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K2P3mkHIHur9Ntug2_Rv9HCqtJFpZ33OCSn9ab2sOI8/edit

Open Energy data access conditions

This covers determining what types of conditions may be specified for Data Consumers to meet in order to gain access to datasets in different sensitivity classes.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1u57oRvOmD6lOLunevEva1khjxUz_Dln5dnHMlJbTQTM/edit

Technical documentation for the Open Energy Trust Framework

Full documentation at https://docs.openenergy.org.uk

Data protection and smart meter data

2021-2022 Pilot summary (webinar)

Overview webinar: Pilot programme overview

2021 EDVP alpha report (Energy Data Visibility Project)

An industry-led, consultative, and collaborative approach to test and validate metadata standards, glossaries and test a prototype solution with the energy community.

Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) Phase 3 report

Modernising Energy Data Access (MEDA) Phase 1 reports