DSM DAY: Bergen, Norway – Demand Side Management: Empowering the end user in the energy transition

16 April 2018

Clarion Hotel Admiral: C. Sundts gate 9, Bergen
Monday 16 April 2018, 09:00 – 15:30

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“Pre-lunch”: Demand Side Management Norwegian Style

08:30-09:00 Registration and coffee

09:00-09:10  Introduction: The IEA DSM programmeEven Bjørnstad, Enova

09:10–09:35 Non-wires alternatives to grid expansionOla Hagen Øyan, Statnett

09:35–10:00 National strategies and incentive programs for increased energy system flexibilityThomas Berg, Enova

10:00-10:25 Flexibility resources as part of the solution for regional grid owners – Line Bergfjord, BKK Nett

Coffee break

10:45-11:10 Research on the future intelligent, flexible and robust distribution grid – with special focus on potential for demand response from household customers Hanne Sæle, SINTEF Energy

11:10-11:35 Mechanisms and incentives for motivating user flexibilityIngvild Firman Fjellså, NTNU

11:35-12:00 NODES: European marketplace for decentral flexibility Hallstein Hagen, NODES

12:00-12:45 Lunch

“Post-Lunch”: Research and reflections from the IEA DSM Programme

1245-13:10 Deep Energy Retrofit: Life Cycle Cost and Multiple Benefits on Project Level Jan Bleyl, Energetic Solutions, Austria

13:10-13:35 Theories and methods for changing energy behaviour Sea Rotmann, Sustainable Energy Advice, New Zealand

13:35-14:00 Blockchain technology and potential applications in the energy transition David Shipworth, University College London, United Kingdom

Coffee break

14:15-14:40 Business models for energy efficiency services: User centeredness, capabilities and context – Ruth Mourik, DuneWorks, The Netherlands

14:40-15:15 The Strategic view: DSM in the energy transitionRob Kool, retired Chairman of the IEA DSM Technology Collaboration Programme