28 Dec '15, 11am

British retailers are unaware of the benefits of demand side response, according to npower

The January 2016 transitional capacity auction could be lucrative for British businesses as it is specifically focused on the area of demand-side response (DSR) and small distribution network connected generation. This allows all companies, and not just major generators, to unlock hidden flexibility in existing equipment and earn income through providing energy at times of high national demand. Despite this, only 46% of retailers who are eligible to participate in the auction said they would be taking part. With the auction just weeks away, 42% of respondents who were eligible said they were unsure whether they’d be participating, suggesting a lack of knowledge about the auction and how businesses can get involved. Of those surveyed, only 26% used demand-side-response to manage their business energy spend, with 43% saying they did not use it even though they would like to....

Full article: http://www.renewableenergyfocus.com/view/43433/british-re...

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