Residential, commercial and industrial consumers increasingly generate and store electricity, monitor and control their energy use, and respond to grid conditions. Demand-side flexibility is a reality and is being implemented in many parts of the world. However, there is still a long way to unlock the full potential of this flexibility resource. This panel will discuss policies, innovative business model and technologies to reach the full potential of demand side flexibility while delivering greater convenience and better customer experience.
Dian Grueneich - Precourt Energy Scholar, Precourt Institute for Energy and Member, Shultz-Stephenson Energy Policy Task Force
Ram Narayanamurthy - Program Manager, Advanced Buildings Research Program, Electric Power Research Institute
Gerda de Jong - Market Advisor at ENTSO-E, Issue Manager System Operations at TenneT
Fabio Genoese - Task Force Chair on Demand-Side Flexibility at ENTSO-E & Head of Strategy at Terna
Moderator:Ram Rajagopal - Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University