Published July 8, 2022 | Version v1
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The interplay between P4P and demand response incentives

  • 1. Universita della Calabria

Description

This deliverable identifies how a P4P scheme can incentivise the implementation of EE (Energy Efficiency) Measures that also improve demand flexibility potential. The main objective is to update the SENSEI model developed in T5.2 to integrate the values of DR (Demand Response) services in P4P, quantifying the flexibility that may be performed in force of a specific EEM or a set of EEMs, considering the efficiency first principle. The growing share of energy produced from non-programmable renewable sources has stimulated the need for electricity system operators to implement DR projects. These projects also involve residential users, ready to change their consumption profiles following the System Operator’s needs. Also, in this case, an adequate automation system is introduced in the building capable of integrating with smart grids.

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The interplay between P4P and demand response incentives.pdf

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Funding

SENSEI – Smart Energy Services Integrating the Multiple Benefits from Improving the Energy Efficiency of the European Building Stock 847066
European Commission