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ACE Research

ACE Research is an internationally respected research unit that consistently delivers ground-breaking policy research and evaluation. Its work supports that of the ADE, ensuring our policy positions and advocacy are always founded on and guided by the best available evidence and insight.

Originally part of the Association for the Conservation of Energy, ACE Research historically focused on energy efficiency, specifically in respect to frameworks for implementing energy policy in buildings, barriers to and opportunities for effective implementation and the roles of different stakeholders. Now part of the ADE, ACE Research is broadening its scope to all decentralised energy sectors, including combined heat and power, heat networks and demand response services. Find out more

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The ADE welcome new External Affairs Team members

The ADE are delighted to welcome Lucy Symons-Jones and Amy Ritchie to the team.

Stars of Decentralised Energy shine at 2019 Awards Ceremony

The stars of the Decentralised Energy sector were out in their finest last night (31 October) at the 2019 Decentralised Energy Awards, held at the Guildhall, London.

ACE Research takes forward an international review of domestic retrofit supply chains

Energy in use in buildings is consistently identified as a sector with large potential for energy efficiency improvement, both internationally and nationally. However, there are structural barriers in the way the supply chain operates in the UK which make it particularly difficult to initiate lasting change.   

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