Demand Flexibility: The Key to Enabling a Low-Cost, Low-Carbon Grid
- The mismatch of weather-driven resources and electricity demand
- Lower revenues and higher risks of curtailment for renewable energy projects
- Shifting electricity consumption to different times of the day can offer a lower-cost, lower-pollution alternative for balancing renewable energy on the grid.
Reduce your Electricity Bill with Flexible Production Planning
- Increasing incentives to leverage flexibility
- Respecting all commercial, technical and economical constraints
- Valorize energy flexibility on different markets
|CARA GOLDENBERG /// ASSOCIATE - ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE|
|Cara is an associate with RMI’s electricity practice. She focuses on regulatory policy reforms and changes to the utility business model needed to support the integration of distributed energy resources.
Before joining RMI, Cara was pursuing a Master in Public Affairs at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, where she received a certificate in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy. While at Princeton, Cara interned with RMI, co-authoring a report on the role of state utility regulators in supporting electric vehicle deployment and grid integration. Additionally, she consulted for Grid Alternatives, researching community solar program models across the U.S. and developing recommendations for state-level community solar legislation. Prior to Princeton, Cara worked at Dian Grueneich Consulting in San Francisco. Her work focused on analyzing state and regional policies and regulations related to renewable energy, energy efficiency, demand response, and grid modernization. Cara also worked with Stanford University on research projects focused on California’s renewable energy regulatory framework, state-level electricity policy changes needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and the “Next Level of Energy Efficiency” initiative.
ASSOCIATE /// ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE
|HÉLOÏSE HOYOS /// SENIOR CONSULTANT - N-SIDE|
|Héloïse Hoyos (Senior Consultant, N‐SIDE) (Msc Business Engineering, UCLouvain 2013) holds a master degree from the Louvain School of Management with several years of experience in the energy flexibility optimization on different markets. She is closely working on several ENERTOP projects, N-SIDE Solution to leverage energy flexibility, in collaboration with different electro-intensive industries to identify, isolate and valorize energy flexibility. She has also been working as a consultant for Deloitte Belgium, where she had many opportunities to work on strategic and supply chain projects.|
SENIOR CONSULTANT /// N-SIDE
In this webinar Simone Accornero, Co-Founder of FlexiDAO and Bram Sieben, Business Developer at USEF will take you through all the essentials of energy flexibility. Learn about the value of flexibility and how to unlock it, the market formation and its challenges and the regulatory barriers.
Flexibility Market Design
- The Value of Flexibility
- Changing roles for stakeholders
- Flexibility Market Formation
Barriers to distributed flexibility
- The role of aggregator and its challenges
- Distributed flexible assets
- Blockchain as a tool for flexibility
|BRAM SIEBEN /// BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT - USEF|
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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT /// USEF
|SIMONE ACCORNERO /// CO-FOUNDER & CEO - FLEXIDAO|
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CO-FOUNDER & CEO /// FLEXIDAO