The Demand-Side Response (DSR) Event is designed to give businesses of all sizes a deeper understanding of generating income from assets by helping to balance the National Grid.
Because older fossil fuel plants are closing down, and have yet to be replaced, winter power capacity margins are reaching all-time lows. Meanwhile, increasing amounts of intermittent power, and embedded generation, makes it much harder to balance the power system. That has led National Grid to rethink its strategy. It now needs more businesses to reduce power use, or switch to on-site generation instead of asking power stations to ramp up at times of system stress. Equally, in the summer, too much power on the system means it will pay people to use power. Along with broader changes to the energy market, such as more widespread time of use tariffs, there is significant opportunity for businesses to avoid costs and generate revenue. The DSR Event will outline those opportunities – and how to take part.
Please note that the 2018 event was booked out, so we strongly encourage you to book now to avoid disappointment and get your seat for the DSR Event 2019.
The DSR Event is designed for businesses and organisations of all sizes, across all sectors. If you use power, or have back-up or onsite generation, and want to reduce your overheads and earn revenue from existing assets, you should attend.
100 free places are available to business and public sector end-users. Industry observers and solution providers are welcome to attend at £195 + VAT per ticket.
If you are interested in becoming an event partner, please contact Steve Swaine via email@example.com or on +44 (0)20 3714 4451 / +44 (0)7818 574300.
The DSR Event 2019 will take place on Wednesday 11th September in central London, UK, at One Moorgate Place. Find out more here.
If you are interested in speaking, please contact Brendan Coyne via firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)20 3771 1267.
Industry observers and solution providers are welcome to attend at just £195 + VAT per ticket. Register here.
If you are interested in becoming an event partner, contact Steve Swaine via email@example.com or on +44 (0)20 3714 4451 / +44 (0)7818 574300.