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London, November 2018: KiWi Power and Resilience Energy have entered into a strategic partnership so as to deliver a Residential Demand Response proposition to the UK’s Domestic Energy Market.
That’s the verdict from npower Business Solutions, which suggests 69% of energy managers aren’t aware of its use
Last week, the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) published Flex Assure, a voluntary Code of Conduct for DSR providers.
Harnessing the potential benefits of Demand Side Response can be greatly enhanced by choosing the right partner. But discerning the claims of one provider over another can be challenging. A new industry Code of Conduct hopes to create a more level playing field…
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Site resilience and Demand Side Response are often seen in opposition. But the reverse is true – and can in fact be mutually advantageous, especially if your business could benefit from improving security of supply.
When asked about the merits of Demand Side Response (DSR), energy managers are likely to reference cost savings and the potential for revenue generation. They may well talk about increased site resilience too. But rarely are the environmental benefits highlighted.
Gazprom Energy, has announced the results of a survey of UK energy buyers, showing what impacts their buying decision and choice of energy provider. Above all else, price competitiveness remains the number one thing that seals the deal.