Stakeholders’ perspectives on Energy Flexible Buildings: Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme Annex 67 Energy Flexible Buildings

Zheng Ma (Editor), Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen (Editor), Jim Parker (Editor), Erwin Mlecnik, Rongling Li, Roberta Pernetti, Ilaria Vigna, Tao Ma, Armin Knotzer, Steffen Petersen, Rasmus Elbæk Hedegaard, Theis Heidmann Pedersen, Mette Jessen Schultz, Jonas Korsgaard

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Abstract

There is a wide range of different stakeholders who may be affected by energy flexibility measures: end-users (occupants of buildings), building owners, facility managers, Energy Service Companies (ESCOs), developers, architects, contractors, and product/system suppliers. The energy flexibility is ultimately useful for aggregators, DSOs (Distribution System Operators), TSOs (Transmission System Operators), and district heating suppliers.This report establishes a comprehensive understanding of acceptance, behaviour, and motivation at different levels of involvement for the relevant stakeholders.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDenmark
PublisherInternational Energy Agency
Number of pages145
ISBN (Electronic)978-87-93250-10-9
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Stakeholder
  • Energy flexibility
  • Buildings
  • Energy policy
  • Market introduction

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