Demand Side Management (DSM)

Grid independence may seem an altruistic goal but in the current power supply markets, nothing could be further from the truth. In the UK decades of underinvestment in the power distribution infrastructure has resulted in local demand exceeding network capacity, which in turn results results in triad charges for energy users. With increasing economic growth, unless infrastructure investment keeps pace, the net result will be capacity restrictions at critical times, enforced demand reduction or increased in peak time tariffs.
All these factors are already at play in various parts of the UK with the most highly stressed distributions systems in the Midlands, London and South East of England.
Using our expertise, our clients can develop a systematic approach to manage and reduce peak consumption minimising disruption to their processes. Our target is to achieve security of supply with total or as near to total independence from the grid.

All these factors are already at play in various parts of the UK with the most highly stressed distributions systems in the Midlands, London and South East of England.

Using our expertise, our clients can develop a systematic approach to manage and reduce peak consumption minimising disruption to their processes. Our target is to achieve security of supply with total or near-total independence from the grid.

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