Power Responsive hosted its fifth annual Summer Reception on 26 June 2019, focusing on ‘Delivering Zero-Carbon Ambitions.’
National Grid ESO has set ambitions to be zero-carbon capable by 2025, supporting the Government target of net zero-carbon emissions by 2050.
Power Responsive’s Summer Reception brought together over 300 demand side stakeholders, including industrial and commercial (I&C) energy users, storage developers, small-scale generators, suppliers and aggregators, financiers, energy experts and policy makers to learn how demand side flexibility developments are contributing to delivering zero-carbon ambitions.
Read our summary on the link below.
Following publication of the Power Responsive Annual Report for 2018 in April, we are pleased to share the Customer Snapshot – a shortened version of the report intended to be a succinct overview of the key take-away points for demand side providers.
The snapshot covers the key developments impacting demand side flexibility and market trends reflecting the direction of travel for flexibility markets.
Both the Customer Snapshot and full Annual Report can be downloaded from the links below.
Power Responsive’s 15th Steering Group meeting took place on 2nd May 2019. Discussions focused on ‘unlocking demand side flexibility through code reforms‘ – considering the various codes that currently underpin the energy industry, how they are governed, and their complex interactions. Steering group members then discussed potential changes to codes and governance structures to better enable demand side flexibility.
The meeting summary has now been published and is available to download from the following link:
We are pleased to announce the publication of the Power Responsive Annual Report for 2018. The report has been designed for an audience with a good understanding of demand side flexibility (DSF) and serves.
Covering Power Responsive’s objectives of raising awareness, building confidence and supporting the evolution of demand side markets, the report provides an overview of programme activities, industry developments, and detailed market metrics in 2018.
The report builds upon previous version allowing for a greater comparison the 2017, therefore painting an emerging picture of the direction in which demand side participation and prices are headed.
We’d like to thank Sustainability First for their support in preparing the report, and to all who contributed their time at metrics steering groups.