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Realising the value of reducing electricity consumption in the home

Realising the value of reducing electricity consumption in the home

In his previous blog, Benjamin Lock wrote about how energy efficiency can help avoid distribution network constraints, and why this unglamorous yet effective technology deserves more attention. Now it’s time to get a bit more specific. How much is domestic energy efficiency actually worth? And how do we unlock its potential?

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2021-08-09 Forget averages

Forget averages: at £84-859/home, Core4Grid shows that a winning domestic flex strategy must be selective

Felicity Jones shares some surprising results from a recent domestic demand response trial, featuring optimisation from batteries, solar, heat & EV-charging. A great collaboration with GEO (Green Energy Options), EDF, UK Power Networks, KrakenFlex (formerly Upside Energy), HACT and Cambridge Energy Group.

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Are the high GB power prices so far in 2021 a boon or bane for battery storage and corporate PPAs?

 In this latest blog by Everoze Partner Nithin Rajavelu he looks closely into what has been going on with the wholesale energy market pricing and what this mean for battery storage.

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Your solar+storage business plan

With many developers now working on solar+storage projects, it’s time to look more closely at specific business plans. In her latest articled published in PV Magazine, Everoze Partner Siobhán Green looks at three key questions.

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SOLAR STORAGE: the what, the why and the future of solar storage

The what, the why and the future of solar storage

The what, why and future of solar storage – a fascinating new blog from Paul Reynolds on this super hot topic.

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Everoze Partners - Demand side response the lowest carbon form of flexibility

Demand side response the lowest carbon form of flexibility

We have developed a carbon assessment methodology specifically aimed at DSO flexibility services and it has been applied to calculate and rank the carbon impacts of a range of local flexibility technologies. Everoze partner Benjamin Lock explains why the results might not be quite what you were expecting.

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Are today’s battery projects already anticipating revenue diversification?

Anticipating revenue diversification

In these early days for battery projects on the ground in mainland France, writes Everoze associate Bruno Menu, we are seeing an evolution in financial models to more revenue diversification than was anticipated for the first projects. Let’s look at why that is, and what attractive options there may be for revenue diversification.

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Everoze supports analysis for National Grid ESO and SSEN: using wind power to heat Scottish homes

Everoze supports analysis for National Grid ESO and SSEN: using wind power to heat Scottish homes

We are pleased to have published our report on using surplus wind to heat Scottish homes, as part of the 4DHeat consortium. Our contribution has been on modelling (python) and analysing the route-to-market.

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Coordinated control of heat pumps, EVs and batteries in the home can reduce domestic peak network loads by 35%

In his latest blog, Everoze Partner Nithin Rajavelu explains why domestic flexibility matters

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