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Socioeconomic Modelling

Ensuring a fair and just energy transition requires careful balancing of energy efficiency and carbon reduction strategies alongside other key socioeconomic factors. Our experts can provide integrated socioeconomic modelling to help you understand the impact of zero-carbon interventions and potential changes in energy supply and demand upon factors such as health, jobs creation, GDP, crime reduction, accessibility and fuel poverty.

Whether you want to understand how improving the efficiency of your buildings will affect citizen health and fuel poverty, or if your aim is to determine the optimum placement of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in terms of citizen accessibility and energy network viability, we can support you.

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