Ecosystem for Demand-side Flexibility Revisited: The Danish Solution

Peter A. V. Gade*, Trygve Skjøtskift, Henrik W. Bindner, Jalal Kazempour

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Abstract

Denmark has recently set a legislation called Market Model 3.0 to make the ecosystem for demand-side flexibility more attractive to stakeholders involved. The main change is to relax the previous mandate that required each aggregator to be associated with a retailer and a balance responsible party. We explain the rationale behind such a change and its implications, particularly on the pre-qualification of demand-side portfolios providing ancillary services.
Original languageEnglish
Article number107206
JournalThe Electricity Journal
Volume35
Issue number9
Number of pages9
ISSN1040-6190
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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