National Grid wants more businesses to help balance the UK power system via demand side response (DSR) programmes. The system operator has committed to aggressive expansion of DSR – which will require many more businesses to become flexible in their electricity consumption in return for payment.
Following on from The Energyst’s recent report Demand Side Response: Bringing Businesses into Balancing, Energyst Media will host a breakfast briefing in London on 10 September, supported by National Grid and aggregator Open Energi.
There are a limited number of places available for end users that want to find out more about engaging in demand side response mechanisms.
Download your copy of the report and request an invitation to the briefing here.
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