Octopus: ESO has put ‘handbrake’ on household flexibility

Energy suppliers are disappointed at the Electricity System Operator's (ESO) moves to increase price discovery in the demand flexibility service, suggesting it will constrict market growth. Octopus Energy has taken particular umbrage with the move and has accused the ESO of putting a “handbrake” on the growth of domestic flexibility.

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