“No matter how many supply-side resources we pour into the mix, the perfect blend will elude us until we stop treating demand-side flexibility as a final flourish of glitter”

With REPowerEU underway, Europe’s energy and climate strategy demands a rapid change of scenery. We must utilise the full palette of solutions available, including household flexibility, says Sophie Yule-Bennett from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) in an article on the FORESIGHT Climate & Energy website.   House power: the hidden powerhouse of the new energy … Continue reading “No matter how many supply-side resources we pour into the mix, the perfect blend will elude us until we stop treating demand-side flexibility as a final flourish of glitter”

Demand flexibility

Chris Mooney writes a good article in the Washington Post about what the Rocky Mountain Institute calls ‘demand flexibility’ or ‘flexiwatts.’ Is this the way of the future?   There’s a big change coming to how we power our homes — and it isn’t about solar or batteries Earlier this year, home energy received its … Continue reading Demand flexibility