Project RESPOND has been featured in an article by EnergiWatch, a Danish media outlet that delivers independent journalism about the energy and utilities industry. The article (in Danish) is available here.
The Aarhus pilot site consists of 20 terraced houses that belong to the Danish housing association ALBOA, the second largest housing association in the city. ALBOA manages approximately 7,000 homes for families, the elderly, disabled and young people. They also rent… Read More »
The past years have seen the demand response market grow worldwide – a trend that is expected to continue and accelerate. Global research firms expect the demand response market to grow to $9.7 billion by 2023, with the “enabling technologies”… Read More »
What is Demand-Side Management? Profound changes are disrupting the energy industry, bringing about new challenges for utilities, system operators and governments around the world: balancing intermittent generation, integrating renewables to meet climate goals, covering peak demand with increased flexibility. These… Read More »
From 18-19 October 2017, the first official kick-off meeting was held in Brussels to launch the EU-funded project RESPOND: Integrated Demand Response Solution Towards Energy Positive Neighbourhoods. RESPOND aims to deliver a cost effective, cooperative demand response solution to different types… Read More »