Rules around Extended Performance Tests for BESS assets in the Capacity Market look like they are here to stay. Jamie Stewart describes the options available for project owners.
We agree with Nithin Rajavelu – It is a strange yet exciting time to be working in the energy sector. In this fascinating blog, he outlines his four contrarian viewpoints with adopting a locational marginal pricing (LMP) model for GB.
All good things start with a dream, or so they say. As the Sustain-H trial wraps-up and Western Power Distribution announces its plans to commercially roll-out the Sustain-H service alongside publication of the Sustain-H Product Roadmap, Nithin Rajavelu shares his and the team’s top five learnings from the pioneering domestic flexibility trial.
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?
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.
We’ve all heard reduce, reuse, recycle applied to household waste. What about household energy? Have we be paying too much attention to shifting our consumption around with fancy flexibility services and neglecting the benefits of just using a bit less? Everoze Partner, Benjamin Lock explains why his answer to this is « Maybe ».
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.
We were delighted to partner with Power Responsive to write this year’s Annual Report, summarising the huge array of developments and key market metrics in Demand Side Flexibility in 2020.
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.