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Everoze partner Felicity Jones

Five things we’ve learned about new community energy models

Power to Change’s Next Generation programme is incubating community energy models of the future. Felicity Jones is a consortium member of the Next Generation Programme, and Partner at employee-owned consultancy Everoze. She shares her top five learnings from the programme so far.

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FlexTech: how to get the Island of Ireland’s grid renewables-ready

FlexTech: how to get the Island of Ireland’s grid renewables-ready

The FlexTech plan for renewables integration risks locking us into a business-as-usual mindset. Rapid decarbonisation means being bolder – read Felicity Jones’ analysis here

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V2G hub

The InnovateUK V2G demo projects – 18 months on

Everoze partner Paul Reynolds reviews progress on V2G activities in the UK over the past 18 months

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Open Networks Project

Everoze’s 5 recommendations for approaching DSO services

Felicity Jones presents Everoze’s thoughts on local flexibility services – responding to a milestone UK consultation by the Energy Networks Association

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Everoze Partners Swarm Governance report

Everoze releases #SwarmGovernance report, addressing domestic DSR barriers

Our domestic energy sector is entering a period of great innovation. Our new report probes the barriers to domestic energy-as-a-service, and argues for a more agile, data-driven approach to addressing them.

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How data can help unlock domestic demand side response

How data can help unlock domestic demand side response

What if we shifted the burden of proof away from upfront prequalification and testing, and towards scrutiny of operational data? Here’s a transcript of Felicity Jones’ recent speech at the Westminster Energy Forum – in a session on enablers for energy security.

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Domestic energy as a service

Swarming on solutions for domestic energy-as-a-service

In her latest post, Everoze partner Felicity Jones publishes a sneak preview on our up-coming report about domestic energy as a service and how this might be delivered. 

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Electric vehicles – four forms of flex for a renewable future

In his latest blog, Everoze partner Paul Reynolds describes the four forms of flex for a renewable future

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