Demanding change: Is DFS a game-changer or gimmick?

The demand flexibility service (DFS) has caught even its architects by surprise in the willingness of consumers to shift their electricity usage out of peak time. But will the novelty of participation survive beyond the winter? Utility Week speaks to the designers and users of the service about incentives, automation and why flexibility is “absolutely not about going to candles".

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