Exploring the role of intermediaries in smart grid developments

Matthew Cook, Stephen Potter, Pers-Anders Langendahl, Helen Roby, Trevor Collins, Dan Taylor

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Abstract

Smart grid pilot projects have been initiated in a number of locations across the UK. Innovations considered in these projects include various technologies such as smart meters and electrical energy storage devices, as well as novel institutional arrangements which form the basis of commercial Demand Side Response (DSR) initiatives. This paper reports research into DSR using multiple case studies from Low Carbon Network Fund projects in the UK. The role of Aggregator companies in DSR is reported, their role of a key intermediary analysed and conceptualised using the Accessibility, Mobility and Receptivity (AMR) framework.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSustainable Innovation
Place of PublicationEpsom
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2015

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Keywords

  • Smart Grids
  • intermediaries
  • aggregators

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Cook, M., Potter, S., Langendahl, P-A., Roby, H., Collins, T., & Taylor, D. (2015). Exploring the role of intermediaries in smart grid developments. In Sustainable Innovation Epsom.

Exploring the role of intermediaries in smart grid developments. / Cook, Matthew; Potter, Stephen; Langendahl, Pers-Anders; Roby, Helen; Collins, Trevor; Taylor, Dan.

Sustainable Innovation. Epsom, 2015.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Cook, M, Potter, S, Langendahl, P-A, Roby, H, Collins, T & Taylor, D 2015, Exploring the role of intermediaries in smart grid developments. in Sustainable Innovation. Epsom.
Cook M, Potter S, Langendahl P-A, Roby H, Collins T, Taylor D. Exploring the role of intermediaries in smart grid developments. In Sustainable Innovation. Epsom. 2015
Cook, Matthew ; Potter, Stephen ; Langendahl, Pers-Anders ; Roby, Helen ; Collins, Trevor ; Taylor, Dan. / Exploring the role of intermediaries in smart grid developments. Sustainable Innovation. Epsom, 2015.
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