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Demand Response programmes: how to empower end- consumers?

Demand Response programmes: how to empower end- consumers?. Smarter Energy: energy efficiency from the meter to the grid Jessica Stromback Smart Energy Demand Coalition. Who is the SEDC?. Who is the SEDC?.

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Demand Response programmes: how to empower end- consumers?

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  1. Demand Response programmes: how to empower end-consumers? Smarter Energy: energy efficiency from the meter to the grid Jessica Stromback Smart Energy Demand Coalition

  2. Who is the SEDC?

  3. Who is the SEDC? TheSEDCis a European industry group, representing all market segments, which supports smart energy demand programs in order to further the development of the Smart Grid and ensure improved end-consumer benefits. • Demand Side programs = full range of the “D3s” • Demand management, • Demand response • Demand side support of distributed generation/storage.

  4. “The intelligent cooperation between consumption, transmission, distribution & generation, acting as equal partners in a holistic energy eco-system, is the intelligence of the Smart Grid.”

  5. 1) The intelligent cooperation of Demand and Generation forms the heart of the Smart Grid. Without this, the grid continues to function in a traditional manner, where Generation supplies the needs of Demand and the Demand Side blindly continues to consume – this system cannot be called intelligent or “smart”. Paper Conclusions

  6. 2) Aggregated Electricity Savings must have access to the wholesale markets and Capacity Markets.Demand response can clip peak consumption, lowering the need for costly and polluting peaking plants. In order to carry this out effectively, the energy savings (the MW of reduced load)   should be sold in the same way that electricity is currently sold. This is not the case in European Member States. The result: generated electricity can be sold at the going market price, aggregated energy savings cannot. Energy savings need to be treated with the same priority and protection as energy production within the wholesale markets. Paper Conclusions

  7. 3) Demand Response programs are the natural partners of Wind and Solar generation. Demand Response, especially commercial and industrial, can act as a reliable, highly cost effective, balancing mechanism for wind and solar generation. Intermittent renewables, other low carbon generation and Demand response programs are therefore natural partners, in a clean intelligent energy system. 4) If Smart Meters are rolled out, they should be the first brick for energy control and consumption information Paper Conclusions

  8. 5) Timing is central to long term savings. To fully realise the potential of demand side programs they should be implemented now as increased wind and solar enter the markets.Timing is central. Wind/solar generation is now increasing, while new generation and grid investments are being made. Once unnecessary back-up and network capabilities are built for Wind a large part of the value of Demand Response will decrease. Once electric heating without storage is rolled out, the storage cannot readily be added later. Once consumers learn patterns of charging electric vehicles immediately when arriving home, those patterns won’t readily be altered. To fully realize the potential of  demand response and other demand side programs, they should be implemented during this phase of the European electricity market development, so that it can be built in as an integral part of the new system.   Paper Conclusions

  9. 6) Commercial and Industrial Demand Response represent the “low hanging fruit” in European energy markets. Currently many European demand side programs centre on residential applications only. While the residential sector is highly important, other consumer segments such as Commercial and Industrial are already cost-effective and have a good potential of involvement in Demand Side programs . 7) The measure and calculation of the megawatts savings or shifting by demand side actions is an important issue for the development of demand side programs and needs to be clearly defined by regulators. Paper Conclusions

  10. 8) Not to act is an action. If action does not take place, in effect - policy makers have decided against demand side development in their markets.Successful demand side program implementation is a public/private partnership, requiring extensive regulatory support and planning alongside private financial investment. Without policy support, these programs will be neither effective nor financially viable.  It is therefore policy makers who must act first. If action does not take place, in effect - policy makers have decided against demand side development in their markets. Paper Conclusions

  11. SEDC Policy Conclusions

  12. SEDC Policy Goals

  13. Contact Information Contact information Jessica StrombackExecutive DirectorSmart Energy Demand CoalitionOffice +32 2 791 77 04Mobile +358 449066821jessica.stromback@smartenergydemand.eu http://sedc-coalition.eu/

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