|Client||Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)|
|Service(s)||Policy & Economics, Regulation & Competition|
The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) commissioned CEPA to conduct a study on Demand Side Flexibility across the EU Member States. The study uses an extensive literature review and a survey of national regulatory authorities to assess the potential benefits and the current state of Demand Side Flexibility in the European energy markets. In its report CEPA developed additional case studies for selected Member States and looked at potential barriers for participation of demand side resources in the energy markets.
In delivering this work CEPA led a consortium with subcontractors TPA Solutions and Goran Strbac of Imperial College London.