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Conclusions from the DEePRED project – distributional impacts of flexible electricity tariffs

Whilst flexible electricity tariffs, such as Time-of-Use (ToU) and real-time, play an important role in motivating the shift of electricity demand away from the...

Do people matter? Can we get to a low carbon, secure and affordable system without their engagement?

Richard Hoggett, University of Exeter The energy system is entering a period of fundamental change, in respect to supply, demand and control systems, mainly dr...

Diversity behind the meter – machine learning from household activities

Phil Grunewald, University of Oxford, Environmental Change Institute As the conference theme states, consumers use energy "without knowing or wanting to know m...

Unlocking the benefits to end consumers

Nicholas Rubin, ELEXON Ltd ELEXON recognises that how electricity is used is radically changing and that end consumers are being presented with more and more o...

Experimenting with Heat Plans to discover how to help businesses and governments harness energy services to build an energy system people will want to pay for

Matthew Lipson, Energy Systems Catapult There is a growing consensus that we need to put consumers at the heart of the energy system if we are to transform it ...

Consumers, voters, residents or investors: who will be at the heart of future community energy organisations?

Tim Braunholtz-Speight, University of Manchester This dialogue session addresses the question of how shifts in financing, the energy market, and grid regulatio...

The role of consumers in the uptake of decentralised energy storage technologies

Peter Taylor, University of Leeds Various forms of decentralised electricity and heat storage (decentralised energy storage, DES) could play an important role ...

Here comes the sun: The evolution of a Prosuming Project within a social housing estate

Nicolette Fox, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex Overview This is a case study of how seven families living in social housing started produ...

Prosumage of solar electricity: batteries, heating and mobility

Wolf-Peter Schill, DIW Berlin Overview Spurred by technology development and regulatory incentives, self-consumption of distributed renewable electricity ge...

Technological change and innovation in UK energy market – how might it be impacted by the price cap?

Philip O'Donnell; Which? Background With the publication of the Domestic Gas & Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill, the UK Government is committed to introduc...

UK Energy Expenditure Shares – A Long Term View

David Deller, Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia This paper maps the percentage of household expenditure devoted to energy in the UK over...

No one left behind – Consumer empowerment, protection and universal service in the low carbon

Chris Harris , npower The fourth and fifth carbon budgets have challenges in implementation of current policies, and some remaining policy gaps. The Paris comm...
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