demand response

Smart-Up is an EU funded project that will encourage vulnerable customers in those Member States that have embarked on the roll-out of Smart Meters to actively use their Smart Meters and In-House Displays to achieve energy savings. Previous studies have shown that Smart Meters do not lead to energy savings in the residential sector unless households actively use them and modify their energy-use behaviour. This project will fill the gap, as well as raise awareness on demand response services.  
Post date: 27 Nov 2017
Type: Link

How is Europe’s Horizon 2020 framework programme supporting research, innovation and market uptake of smart buildings?  
Post date: 20 Nov 2017
Type: Publication

Demand response programmes which encourage consumers to change the way they use electricity or to reduce their total energy use can help keep energy bills low and help integrate renewables into our existing energy networks.   Peak electricity demand can be reduced by:  
Post date: 3 Ott 2017
Type: Link

Simulazione Supportato in Tempo Reale la Gestione dell'Energia in Blocchi di Costruzione     Sim4Blocks è una di quattro anni, il progetto finanziato dalla CE, che si concentra sullo sviluppo di innovative sulla risposta alla domanda (DR) servizi per applicazioni residenziali e commerciali. Il progetto combina decentralizzata di energia e la tecnologia di gestione a blocchi-di-edifici-scala per consentire DR.  
Post date: 8 Ago 2017
Type: Link

Beyond Energy Efficiency: A Guide to Advanced Demand-Side Management Applications   How can energy services companies (ESCOs) get in on the demand response action? Their first step is to become demand-side management (DSM) enabled beyond energy efficiency. Not only do Demand-Side Management applications contribute to environmental sustainability objectives, but they can also offer unprecedented opportunities for the buildings sector to reap multiple economic benefits beyond energy efficiency.  
Post date: 18 Mag 2017
Type: Publication

11th Webinar: Optimised operation of smart grids presented by AEA and TUC   1st part by AEA: The main objective of this webinar was to underline the need for optimised operation of smart grids. The webinar contents are summarised below: - Unstable production and consumption and new actors: storage systems and prosumers - What the market is proposing - How to optimise  
Post date: 17 Mag 2017
Type: News

Demand response (DR) offers the path for consumers to change their normal energy consumption patterns in response to significant variations in energy pricing over time. An effective and wide scale implementation of DR may lead to lower energy demand during peak hours and minimize energy associated costs and outages. DR can be more cost-effective than adding generation capabilities to meet the peak or occasional demand spikes. The underlying objective for an effective wide implementation of DR is to actively engage users in modifying their consumption.
Post date: 15 Mag 2017
Type: Publication

  Add Value with Advanced Demand-Side Management   Demand Side Management (DSM) is evolving fast. Abundant new techniques and technologies are now available for application in buildings: HVAC optimisation, integrating on-site renewables, especially solar generation... and of course, huge leaps forward in Demand Response (DR). In the upcoming free online session on 30 May, DEXMA R&D Director Miguel Cruz will discuss:
Post date: 4 Mag 2017
Type: Evento