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Energywise project wins the Energy Institute Award for Community Initiative of the Year

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The Energywise project has recently been awarded the Energy Institute (EI) Award for Community Initiative of the Year (EIAwards 2019). Element Energy is one of the project partners on this important Ofgem funded Low Carbon Networks Fund project led by UK Power Networks. The project involved a number of energy efficiency and demand flexibility trials which investigated how households that may be struggling with their energy bills can access the benefits of energy efficiency and participate in a future smart flexible energy system.

Element Energy’s role in the project spanned the design of the first Critical Peak Rebate scheme trialled with pre-payment customers in the UK to a detailed analysis of the large smart meter and substation load monitoring datasets collected during the trials to determine the network impacts of energy efficiency savings and demand shifting from 550 households in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Thank you to the team at UK Power Networks and the other project partners for the great collaboration on this project.

For more information about this project please contact Richard Deuchler (Richard.Deuchler@element-energy.co.uk)

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