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Milford Haven: Energy Kingdom - System Architecture Report: A Prospering from the Energy Revolution Project


Milford Haven: Energy Kingdom is a two-year project, exploring what a decarbonised smart local energy system could look like for Milford Haven, Pembroke and Pembroke Dock.
The project explores the potential of hydrogen as part of a multi-vector approach to decarbonisation. Central to the project, and to achieving Net Zero, is a commitment to engage with the community and local industry, providing insight and opportunities for growth.
The ambition is to gather detailed insight into the whole energy system around Milford Haven, to identify and design a future smart local energy system based on a truly multi-vector approach and comprehensive energy systems architecture.
The transition to Net Zero requires action across the economy. As the UK’s largest energy port, Milford Haven is an industrial cluster that can handle 30% of total UK gas demand, is home to Europe’s largest gas power station powering 3.5 million homes and businesses, has ambitions to build 90MW of floating offshore wind, supports 5,000 jobs and injects £324m to the Pembrokeshire economy.
This work describes the outcomes of the effort to define designs of future energy system architectures, combining; technology, the interconnectivity between them and data; with markets, trading platforms and policies; with business models and defined organisational governance. The aim of these designs is to provide:

  • The basis for a roadmap for the next phases of development and implementation,
  • Confidence to innovators and investors in the future longevity of investments in hydrogen and,
  • A common basis of understanding for all stakeholders wishing to contribute to the Milford Haven: Energy Kingdom.

Related subjects: Projects & Initiatives
Countries: United Kingdom

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