This report from the Carbon Trust provides advice on how to carry out stakeholder engagement in practice within heat networks.
Innovative IT solutions give the end-users the possibility to understand, monitor, predict and control their energy consumption.
Two critical issues for end-users are low price and high-quality service, which are both essential in order to maintain long-term demand.
The market perspective of how to become more customer-oriented in district heating, and comfort agreements, are presented.
This article is an overview of the results from the Celsius project’s demonstrators regarding end-user side optimisation.
How to optimise the energy system with technology. Thermal storage on the end-user side can be a way to optimize the network performance.
The end-users can create energy flexibility through engagement and awareness of energy optimization.
Some great reward is possible as end-users take action, one example is the Gothenburg demonstrator which is presented in this article.
Overview article on the demand-side perspective, regarding end-user technology and socio-economic impact of different solutions.