We have 10 remaining free tickets for end-user organisations* at our demand-side response conference in London next Thursday.
The aim of the event is to give businesses and public sector organisations a deeper understanding of demand-side response (DSR).
Delegates will hear from National Grid and the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy as well as end-user businesses that are engaged in DSR provision. Aggregators and suppliers will also give their views on how businesses can generate revenue from assets and what might enable them to unlock greater flexibility.
Conference sessions will cover: market outlook and landscape; the capacity market; building business cases and overcoming barriers; scheme assessment and commercial strategy; as well as looking at battery storage and fast response services.
All delegates will also receive a free copy of our latest DSR report, based on the views of 200 end-user organisations.
The conference is sponsored by National Grid, Dong Energy, Enernoc, Kiwi Power, Open Energi, Restore and Smartest Energy.
It runs from 08.20 to 13:00 followed by lunch on Thursday 8th September at Banking Hall, 14 Cornhill, London EC3V 3ND.
Register by Monday 5th September at www.dsrevent.uk
*We can offer free ticket to end-user organisations only. We cannot offer free tickets to technology providers, service providers, consultants, aggregators or energy suppliers.
Free demand-side response conference
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