This International Energy Agency's Demand-Side Management (DSM) Programme was charged with studying issues surrounding the integration of energy efficiency, distributed generation, renewable energy resources and energy storage technologies—both locally and globally—to maximize the value of the r
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This 2010 presentation by the Head of Energy Efficiency and Environmental Section of the International Energy Agency describes the linkages between the smart grid and energy efficiency, and outlines the key systems and technologies to maximize efficiency benefits.
This report is produced yearly by the European Commission in order to provide: 1) a concise and authoritative assessment of a portfolio of low-carbon energy technologies currently in place in the European Commission; 2) their current and estimated future market penetration and the barriers to th
This report presents the main findings of a High-level Advisory Group brought together by the European Commission in regard to Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
This report provides an in depth look at the European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI), which is part of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (Set -Plan).
This paper presents the results of the study of the impact of Energy Consumption Management System (ECMS), a demand-side management system, on consumer demand in the European Union.
This paper examines the results of demand response (DR) implementation throughout the European Union, focusing on the factors that have either aided development of DR or acted as barriers.
This report describes the impact of the deployment of a small-scale smart-metering system in Sabadell, Spain. The report provides the carbon dioxide emissions reduction stemming from the project and projects the impact on a national scale, if implemented.
This Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) report presents the findings of the Energy Demand Research Project, a project conducted by energy suppliers that sought to determine the consumer response to varying levels of information about their energy consumption.
This two-year publication series features instances of best practice in clean energy policy in Germany and the United States.