Demand reduction measured in last winter’s DFS is ‘too optimistic’

The Electricity System Operator’s methodology for determining demand reductions from customers participating in last winter’s Demand Flexibility Service was “too optimistic”. According to analysis of the results of Octopus Energy’s Saving Sessions by its research facility, Centre for Net Zero, demand reductions from the supplier’s customers were “overestimated” by 13%.

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