COPENHAGEN – The energy transition is more than just a shift from fossil to renewable power generation. For large global corporates it will mean a system change towards a new economy. A shift from global to local. A transition of everything, forcing them to collaborate with small decentralised parties, both public and private.
COPENHAGEN – Storage in electric vehicles or home batteries. Postponed consumption of industries and households. Agro CHP’s helping to prevent overloads. Or blockchain to help combine small suppliers on the power grid. The increasing supply of renewable energy demands more flexibility solutions to prevent future power shortages and failures on the European grid.
In a joint effort advocating for smarter, flexible and digitised distribution networks, the four DSO associations, CEDEC, EDSO for Smart Grids, eurelectric, and GEODE call on policymakers and regulators to integrate these new roles for DSOs in flexibility in all future electricity market legislation.