We are pleased to let you know that the latest Power Responsive Annual Report has now been published. The report highlights flexibility developments and market progress throughout 2020 as well as signalling future activity across the flexibility landscape for 2021/22.
The report itself covers:
- An overview of Power Responsive and the programme’s future strategy for supporting the development and participation of demand side markets.
- Highlights of recent policy, regulatory and industry-led initiatives supporting or impacting DSF.
- Demand side metrics across energy markets in 2020 assessing how these markets have developed.
- Future outlook for demand side markets and flexibility opportunities.
We’d like to thank Everoze for preparing this report on behalf of the Power Responsive program.
We’re very much interested to hear your thoughts regarding the report, including how useful it is to you and your organisation, and where you think any future improvements could be made. Please provide us with your feedback at [email protected]
The 2020 Power Responsive Annual Report overview is now available!
Get a closer look at the latest annual report along with an overview of the past 12 month’s market activity with our new Vidcast.
The vidcast highlights recent policy, regulatory and industry-led initiatives supporting or impacting demand side flexibility, as well as focusing on market metrics in 2020 and looking ahead at the coming 12 months.
Power Responsive’s 21st Steering Group meeting took place in January 2021. Discussions focused on code modifications that address the specific actions from the Energy Emergency Executive Committee (E3C) and Ofgem final reports into the power outage of 9th August 2019, and the development of a new Reserve Product via the Reserve Reform Project which is underway.
The meeting summary has now been published and is available to view from the following link:
Power Responsive’s 19th Steering Group meeting took place in June. Discussions focused on ‘The effects of COVID-19 on system operability and DSF Providers’ and the ‘ESO & WPD Regional Development Programme’.
The meeting summary has now been published and is available to download from the following link: