Six types of power flexibility

Six types of power flexibility

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Flexibility opportunities

Receive regular payments for reducing grid power consumption during emergencies that threaten grid stability. This is traditionally known as demand response. Example program: Reliability and Emergency Reserve Trader (RERT).

Receive regular payments for quickly reducing grid power consumption in response to brief, unexpected imbalances in grid supply and demand. Example program: Frequency Controlled Ancillary Services (FCAS).

Receive regular payments for using your generator at times when wholesale spot prices are high.

Receive regular payments for reducing consumption when grid stability is under threat within a geographically distinct transmission or distribution network area, deferring expensive network upgrades.

Save up to 15% of your electricity bill by managing site maximum demand (demand charges).

Save up to 25% of your electricity bill by managing site or system maximum demand.

Generate savings by shifting electricity usage from high-priced to low-priced periods.

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