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Business participation in demand response: a review of potential barriers

Catarina Araya Cardoso, Westminster Business School Demand side response (DSR) is widely seen as the main intervention tool to address issues of peaks and trou...

What do future utilities need: consent and dissent from incumbents and policy makers in decision theatres

Dr Christoph Mazur, Imperial College   Overview and relevance We are currently examining the opportunities for new and incumbent electricity utili...

Demand response as a common pool resource game: Nudges versus prices

Penelope Buckley, Université Grenoble Alpes With the increasing share of renewable energy and distributed power generators, there is a need for new strategies...

Unlocking Local Energy Markets

Rachel Bray, University of Exeter Overview Local Energy Markets (LEMs) can be platforms for small-scale supply and demand-side providers to participate collec...

Integrating prosumers into the electricity grid: the interplay between technology and people

Yael Parag. Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya In the era of renewable and decentralized energy systems, prosumers are becoming crucial as they provide a...

Energy cooperatives: a missing piece of the peer-to-peer energy regulation puzzle?

Alexandra Schneiders, UCL Energy Institute, University College London Peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading, often facilitated through distributed ledgers (‘bloc...

Attitudes, preferences and intentions to participate in peer-to-peer electricity trading: The case of Southwest German households

André Hackbarth, Reutlingen University Overview The share of electricity produced   from renewable resources in Germany increased to almost 32% in 2015,...

Motivating energy conservation in organisations: Smart metering and the emergence and diffusion of social norms

Peter Bradley, University of the West of England Around the world there is strong interest in the use of energy feedback via smart metering technology as a mit...

The evidence on engagement with demand response

Dr Robert Gross

Accelerating energy storage innovation – “ what is needed and how can it be achieved?

Prof Peter Taylor, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Dr Jonathan Radcliffe, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom Energy storage is increasing bein...

How disruptive could storage be?

Dr Philipp Grunewald, EPSRC Fellow. ECI, University of Oxford Electricity storage has long been argued to be highly valuable to future low carbon energy s...

Smart technologies in the domestic and SME sectors: evidence and policy options

Dr Peter  Warren, Department of Energy and Climate Change, United Kingdom Smart technologies refer to the use of digital and communications technologies ba...
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