Carbon accounting in the context of multi-criteria assessment for SLES: challenges and opportunities
Gudlaugsson, B., Francis, C., Ingram, D. and Thomson, C. (2023). Carbon accounting in the context of multi-criteria assessment for SLES: challenges and opportunities. ICARB 2023 Conference Measuring Net Zero: Carbon Accounting for Buildings and Communities:. Edinburgh ICARB.
|Authors||Gudlaugsson, B., Francis, C., Ingram, D. and Thomson, C.|
In the UK, national carbon emission reduction targets aim to reach Net Zero by 2050, with a fully decarbonised electricity system by 2035. Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) are being deployed to combine and intelligently control complementary low and zero carbon technologies within micro-gridsto amplify their impacts and accelerate this ambitious transition towards a decarbonized energy system and low-carbon society.
Today, national and local governments monitor the potential carbon reduction of energy system retrofitting and
This paper describes the how the application of a multi-criteria assessment tool focusing on SLES can be used to
|Web address (URL)||https://icarb.org/2023-conference/|
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ICARB Proceedings_web_Carbon accounting in the context of multi-criteria assessment for SLES challenges and.pdf
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|25 Sep 2023|
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|Deposited||16 Nov 2023|
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||http://mosser.scot/ICARB2023/ICARB%20Proceedings_web.pdf|
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