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Demand Response

Can your business afford to lose out on Demand Response incentive schemes?

Do you want to earn extra revenue for your company? Of course you do – and demand response is a great way to do it.

What is Demand Response?

Essentially, the National Grid is paying companies for freeing up electricity in times of peak demand. This is easily offset as it is a lot cheaper to provide incentives for existing energy users (public or private companies) than the Grid going back to source. This system, with enough participants, will provide a virtual power plant readily available for the National Grid to use when necessary.

In return, your business will be able to save money on energy and supply costs.

Do you have a half hourly meter or CHP Combined Heat and Power?

If yes then you can earn £1000’s for your business! All we need is your half hourly data or CHP loading to establish how much you could make.

What’s the catch?

There’s no catch. Demand response is free setup and once you in you can opt out at any point. A completely voluntary incentive that helps the National Grid balance electricity demand – earning your company cash rewards in return.

What’s the process?

It’s simple!

Get a free Demand Response report from TED to see how eligible your company is for Demand Response.

The no obligation report comes with the sole purpose of outlining the potential of our four schemes – the figures will speak for themselves.

We will then tender your capacity to the National Grid and you’re ready to go!

Will demand response affect day to day business?

No. The schemes are devised to have as little impact (if any) as possible on your business, and in many cases backup power is available to utilise.

How Does Demand Response Work?

The service will generally be required at peak times (4-8pm November-February weekdays) and in emergency situations such as preventing a blackout. The National Grid will provide 2-4 hours advance warning to reduce power usage or switch to an alternative source. TED will receive this warning and pass it instantly onto you. All reductions are done automatically with relevant software which is installed for free!

There are four different Demand Response schemes that commercial and industrial companies can take advantage of to generate revenue from the National Grid. Our free report will help to identify which of the schemes is most feasible for your business.

Demand response schemes will be offered to those companies that can offer the most cost effective service.

How can your company reduce electricity usage?
Below are a few suggestions, based on market research, of how companies in certain sectors can save power.

HVAC Refrigeration Back Up
Generators
Pumps Lighting Spare CHP
Capacity
Retail icon icon icon icon
Foods/Dairy icon icon icon icon
Distribution icon
Cold Storage icon icon
Buildings & Offices icon icon icon
Horticulture icon icon icon
Agriculture/AD icon icon icon
Data Centres icon
Manufacturing icon icon icon
Water icon icon icon

Book your demand response review today!

All you need is a Letter of Authority to allow The Energy Desk to acquire your half hourly data from your supplier. This is to identify which demand response scheme would be most suitable for your company.

For more information or to book your free review please contact us today!

Can your business afford to lose out on Demand Response incentive schemes?

Do you want to earn extra revenue for your company? Of course you do – and demand response is a great way to do it.

What is Demand Response?

Essentially, the National Grid is paying companies for freeing up electricity in times of peak demand. This is easily offset as it is a lot cheaper to provide incentives for existing energy users (public or private companies) than the Grid going back to source. This system, with enough participants, will provide a virtual power plant readily available for the National Grid to use when necessary.

In return, your business will be able to save money on energy and supply costs.

Do you have a half hourly meter or CHP Combined Heat and Power?

If yes then you can earn £1000’s for your business! All we need is your half hourly data or CHP loading to establish how much you could make.

What’s the catch?

There’s no catch. Demand response is free setup and once you in you can opt out at any point. A completely voluntary incentive that helps the National Grid balance electricity demand – earning your company cash rewards in return.

What’s the process?

It’s simple!

Get a free Demand Response report from TED to see how eligible your company is for Demand Response.

The no obligation report comes with the sole purpose of outlining the potential of our four schemes – the figures will speak for themselves.

We will then tender your capacity to the National Grid and you’re ready to go!

Will demand response affect day to day business?

No. The schemes are devised to have as little impact (if any) as possible on your business, and in many cases backup power is available to utilise.

How Does Demand Response Work?

The service will generally be required at peak times (4-8pm November-February weekdays) and in emergency situations such as preventing a blackout. The National Grid will provide 2-4 hours advance warning to reduce power usage or switch to an alternative source. TED will receive this warning and pass it instantly onto you. All reductions are done automatically with relevant software which is installed for free!

There are four different Demand Response schemes that commercial and industrial companies can take advantage of to generate revenue from the National Grid. Our free report will help to identify which of the schemes is most feasible for your business.

Demand response schemes will be offered to those companies that can offer the most cost effective service.

How can your company reduce electricity usage?
Below are a few suggestions, based on market research, of how companies in certain sectors can save power.

HVAC Refrigeration Back Up
Generators
Pumps Lighting Spare CHP
Capacity
Retail icon icon icon icon
Foods/Dairy icon icon icon icon
Distribution icon
Cold Storage icon icon
Buildings & Offices icon icon icon
Horticulture icon icon icon
Agriculture/AD icon icon icon
Data Centres icon
Manufacturing icon icon icon
Water icon icon icon

Book your demand response review today!

All you need is a Letter of Authority to allow The Energy Desk to acquire your half hourly data from your supplier. This is to identify which demand response scheme would be most suitable for your company.

For more information or to book your free review please contact us today!

How TED can help
01

Send TED a Letter of Authority

We need a Letter of Authority on headed paper which states that we can contact suppliers on your behalf. The Energy Desk cannot act without a Letter of Authority.

02

Send TED a copy of your fuel bill and a site list

This allows us to gather the data we need to tender your requirements to other suppliers.

03

TED will gather data from your current supplier

We will gather data such as the contract end date and annual energy consumption from your current supplier.

04

TED will provide a solution

By tendering your requirements to 15 suppliers across the UK we will present a cost-effective solution to suit you.

05

TED will visit your site

We will visit your site to ensure the solution we have presented is suitable and achievable.

06

TED delivers

TED will provide the solution as pre-arranged with you.

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2014-11-12T16:19:08+00:00
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