Open Energi Dynamic Demand Saves

Open Energi Dynamic Demand Saves

Open Energi Dynamic Demand Saves. This means we can make better use of our existing infrastructure and deliver massive savings for bill payers.

Open Energi is making our energy smarter and cheaper with Dynamic Demand.

They developed features harnessing flexibility in our demand for energy to build a new energy economy which is clean, affordable and secure.  Read More

Saint-Gobain ‘powers down’. Savings: £165,000

Saint-Gobain ‘powers down’. Savings: £165,000

Saint-Gobain celebrated 350 year and saved that winter £165,000

Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland saved with demand response firmly in electricity costs.

Three times good gambling saved Saint-Gobain £ 165,000 (€ 230,000 at the time, post-Brexit € 200,000) last winter. 

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Battery for floating wind park

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Battery Batwind stores energy floating wind park

The world’s first floating wind park, Hywind, offshore Peterhead in Aberdeenshire, after Scotland, will store it’s renewable energy in a 1MWh lithium battery.

In 2018, Norway’s Statoil intents to test the battery which is named ‘Batwind’.
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320,000 Customers will participate in Demand Response Programs California

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These programs serve SCE’s residential, commercial and industrial customers who, in exchange for bill reductions, have agreed to reduce their energy consumption when called upon to do so and in that way ease the stress on the electric system, especially in times of peak power demand.

Southern California Edison (SCE) announced the integration of an estimated 1,118 megawatts of demand response resources into California’s wholesale energy markets.

And 320,000 customers have agreed to join. Read More

Peak power consumption during heat wave

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Do not use a fan to cool down, because it recirculates warm air. Buy yourself an air conditioning.

Because of the heat wave, Europe created a peak in energy demand. Plus 10 percent. No wonder: air conditioners and fans were running at full capacity.

According to the energy supplier, above 30 degrees Celsius Europe demands 10% plus. Once the temperature drops, the peak power flattens to about 7.5% at temperatures around 27 degrees. Read More

Increased solar power threatens energy companies

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Energy companies need flexible plants that can quickly respond to peaks in demand and supply

Because of the growth in the number of solar panels in Europe, Energy Companies have to consider new business models.

Strategy consultant Berger:
‘By 2030, solar power will supply half of the peak demands for energy.’

The fact that more and more consumers produce their own power, is forcing energy companies to think about their future. On sunny days Europe scores enormous energy surpluses. This distorts the market for energy companies. They feel the impact of solar energy and therefore must adjust their operations. Read More