November has been a very busy month for the Thames Valley Vision team. On the Published Documents page, you can find the four latest reports that have been published.
Find out how some of our ESMU trials have gone, by reading our evidence report over on the Published Documents page.
You may have read recently about the Ice Bear technology being installed in three locations within the Thames Valley Area. We have recently submitted a SDRC on this technology, which you can read on our Published Documents page.
Over on our Research Data page, you can now download an extract of Substation Monitoring data from November 2013, to November 2014. Download it and have a look!
Another first for the Thames Valley Vision Project earlier this month saw the UK’s first Ice Bears land within commercial premises across Bracknell. The Ice Bear is a cold thermal storage device designed to provide cooling to buildings with minimal energy usage across the day. Each unit produces a large block of ice (about 2.5m long, 1.4m […]
Over on our Published Documents page, we have added the latest Specific Delivery Reward Criteria report on our ESMU devices.
Over on our Published Documents page, we have added the latest six monthly Project Progress report. We have also added our Specific Delivery Reward Criteria report on Demand Side Response.
The talented team at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford don’t just spend their days crunching numbers for the TVV project. Dr. Tamsin Lee has also created an amazing animation on the mathematical techniques behind the TVV project. For more detail check out the Anticipating page. If you want to find out more about […]
Exciting news, as the first SmartFuse SPM units are in the process of being installed as part of the NTVV project. ” The Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution (SSEPD) New Thames Valley Vision project team, have been working closely with Senical to complete the approval of the SmartFuse SPM™ for use at endpoints on […]
Take a look at the 6 -monthly update postcard sent to all project participants. This is created to keep project participants up to date on End Point monitor data collection, as well as recent and upcoming events. Alternatively, you can download the postcard from the link below. Monthly Postcard – 2.5 years on