The pace of change in the industry is an exciting challenge, and one that compels whole industry collaboration. As we transition into a low carbon and digitised world, demand side flexibility has an increasingly important role. Electricity system needs are evolving, at both a transmission and distribution level, and we need additional sources of flexibility to meet these needs – from an increasingly diverse range of technologies. Power Responsive was launched in 2015 by National Grid, with the ambition of supporting the growth of demand side participation in GB electricity markets. Now in its fourth year, priorities for the programme include continued awareness raising among I&C customers, building confidence in flexibility opportunities, and supporting the evolution of flexibility markets. If your business has the flexibility to increase, decrease, or shift its electricity use, then the power is in your hands to take full advantage.
Enel X is a global company with strong roots in the energy sector and an open strategy geared towards sustainability and innovation. Enel X helps organisations buy, store, use, and share their energy more strategically. In the UK, we’ve been helping businesses identify opportunities from their energy use and integrate technologies and processes to capitalise on these opportunities in order to solve challenges, achieve objectives, and further competitive advantage since 2009 (as EnerNOC). Our recent rebranding to Enel X means a larger suite of energy management and the infrastructure of a leader providing enhanced energy products and services.
More than just an energy supplier, we offer a range of innovative and tailored energy solutions to help you use energy more efficiently. From Building Energy Management Systems to monitor and manage your energy, to battery storage to optimise your energy and improve security of supply, we offer a fully managed end-to-end service delivering solutions to help make your business more profitable.
Our shared expertise across industries helps organisations to implement a sustainable energy strategy that takes into account environmental, economic and social issues. We combine our experience in energy management and delivery capabilities to help you reduce your energy consumption, your CO2 emissions, and your energy bills.
ScottishPower is part of Iberdrola, a global leader in the supply of sustainable energy. Our Commercial Energy team provides a range of energy solutions: Demand Side Response We offer products aimed at commercial and industrial customers who can turn up, turn down or shift their electricity demand to alternative energy sources or different periods of the day. Specifically, we develop a bespoke solution to suit our customers’ needs and maximise their revenue and saving opportunities. Supply We offer flexible, fixed and variable contracts, including renewable energy options. From the moment you become a customer, we work to make the whole process as smooth as possible. Metering We offer full data collection and aggregation services plus additional value services such as Secure File Transfer Protocol and access to our web-based portal. Our range of products caters for both Half Hourly and Non Half Hourly metering including Grid connected sites operating in the UK market.
The Energyst magazine and theenergyst.com cover all things energy from an end-user perspective. Readers span large and small companies across all industries as well as the public sector. The print publication serves senior energy, facilities and building services managers as well as directors and consultants working with them. The magazine, website and newsletter cover the latest developments in energy policy, legislation and technology with a firm footing in economic reality to help businesses reduce costs and become more energy efficient. Energyst Media also produces specialist reports, market research and events.
Mission Critical Power is the most recent magazine launch from Energyst Media. It specialises in efficient optimisation of critical sites giving advice on resilience, maximum uptime and lowering the costs of this. It is read by Data Centre, Energy, Facilities and Building Service Managers and Directors among others whose function to to keep a site running effectively while ensuring availability. For more information or to receive your free copy visit the site here.
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