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Demand Management

14th June 2018

Embracing flexibility and optimising your energy usage.

Whenever you use electricity, whether you’re using a computer or charging your phone, you are using a limited resource. Electricity can’t be stored in large quantities, so keeping up with demand is a constant concern for those involved in supplying it.

What is Demand Management?

The world of the Future Utilities Manager will continue to change in the years leading up to 2030, affected by the actions of countries working towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement. Resource constraints and air quality will continue to drive efficiency measures, improvements in the built environment, and innovation in the transport sector. The impacts of Brexit will become clearer.

As a result, energy regulation is set to become more complex, operating costs will increase, and power supply and procurement solutions are going to become more diverse.

View our Guide to see “How can Inenco help your business to get involvedin demand management”