Developments technology, services and markets are paving the way for prosumers to participate in the energy transition in new and evolving ways. Many markets are only now opening up to aggregated flexibility and Distributed Energy Resources, which offers interesting opportunities for households, communities, commercial buildings, and industrial players.
As these solutions become more mainstream, there is also a growing need to look at what is driving the choices that prosumers make in using energy, whether these models are sustainable in the long term, and what their overall impact is on the energy system.
In a recent publication, smartEn, the European business association for demand-side flexibility explore eight different smart prosumer models and their (non-)financial drivers. This webinar will have a closer look at the finds in the report and discuss several examples.
|Date||Tuesday, June 23, 2020|
|Time||11:00 am CEST|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
Vincent Minier – Vicepresident Global Strategy Prospective & External Affairs, Schneider Electric
Pierre Bivas – Founder, Voltalis
|Moderator||Layla Sawyer – Head of Operations and Business Development, smartEN|