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Demand response: edie relaunches free business guide

Organisations with an interest in using demand response to manage energy use now have access to an updated 'edie Explains' guide which breaks down all of the key information required to deploy the technology.

Open Energi’s technology is already in place at two of Severn Trent’s sewage treatment works in Redditch and Leicester, which together provide the grid with around 1.2MW of real-time flexibility

Severn Trent looks towards smart energy future with demand response service

Water firm Severn Trent and clean tech company Open Energi have teamed up to deliver a demand response service which could provide the grid with more than 20MW of flexible capacity by 2020.

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National Grid encourages large businesses to boost power demand this summer

Energy-intensive businesses are being urged to voluntarily shift their energy usage in exchange for a payment in the coming months, as the National Grid anticipates a summer of low peak demands on the system.


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