This competition aims to solve the fundamental problem of exchanging digital energy information between energy organisations and with other stakeholders by supporting the development of products or services which can later be commercialised and employed to solve similar problems elsewhere.
Up to £1.9 million is available for projects which will accelerate the development of tools and processes to modernise data services for the energy sector.
Your proposal must demonstrate how you can achieve an efficient exchange of information in a way that minimises the technical burden of the solution and provides an effective user experience. Solutions must meet the needs of people within the energy sector and those from other sectors, so that they can more easily deliver products and services.
This Competition is Phase 1 of 3. Successful applicants in each stage will be eligible to apply for subsequent phases.
The competition closes on 2 January 2020, at midday 12pm UK time.
In phase 1 total eligible project costs must be between £100,000 and £160,000, including VAT.
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