Octopus: Flexibility service can be scaled up to balance grid

The success of this winter’s Demand Flexibility Service (DFS) shows that it offers a “scalable” mechanism for balancing the grid during periods of stress, Octopus has claimed. Lucy Yu, CEO of the Octopus’ Centre for Net Zero claims that the success of the winter DFS puts to bed the argument that persuading customers to shift demand would never play a “scalable” or significant” role in balancing the grid.

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