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Report Summary
This report provides a high-level summary of 30 European markets and their demand side flexibility market activity. We answered the following questions: Which countries have open and accessible value streams for DSF? To what extent can assets access local flexibility, be that through energy communities or distribution system flexibility? Which TSOs spend the most on...
Developing Prosumer Business Models
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With the continuing reduction of subsidies for new renewable generation across Europe, new business models for prosumers are paramount if we are to maintain the levels of growth we have seen so far. I recently attended a virtual workshop on redesigning the future of prosumer business models. As part of the workshop there was a...
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  The EnergyREV workshop in London last week focused on measuring performance of smart local energy systems. The event was attended by a variety of stakeholders, ranging from academics to utilities and those directly involved with creating local energy systems. The diversity of attendees allowed for a range of views to be discussed which was...
Smart Energy Summit 2019: the rise of the prosumer
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Last week we attended the Smart Energy Summit in Brussels. This year the focus was on prosumers and how a wider range of actors can make meaningful changes to our increasingly integrated energy system. My key takeaway from the summit was the overwhelming sense to highlight the need for greater levels of system integration with...
LCNI Conference 2019: the DNOs leading the way
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Last week Delta-EE attended the 2019 Low Carbon Network Innovation conference in Glasgow. It was a great opportunity to learn more about the range of innovation projects DNOs are currently developing and to discuss our transition to a low-carbon energy system.   The growth of distributed renewable energy is widely regarded as a positive step...

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