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Maintaining DSR revenue: a new option to replace Triad loss

27/11/2019

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With the recent confirmation from Ofgem that the Triad methodology for calculating Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charges will cease from April 2021 (see last week’s blog), many large consumers are reviewing revenue opportunities for demand side response (DSR) participation.

Of course, significant savings from Triad avoidance – that is turning down grid demand during periods of peak demand – can still be made throughout this winter season and next.

Revenue stacking to maximise DSR returns

18/07/2019

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Balancing UK energy supply and demand is a complex business. More so now we’re shifting to an increasingly diverse and decentralised generation portfolio.

But along with challenges, this brings opportunities – especially for organisations able to utilise energy-related assets to participate in much-needed grid balancing services.

For example, we’re working with West Sussex County Council, who procure energy through the LASER Energy Frameworks, to maximise returns from co-located 4MW battery and 7MW solar PV assets. These have been installed on a former landfill site near Chichester to support the council’s energy strategy.

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