Future Energy Networks: Enabling Responsive Demand in Buildings

Tuesday, 3rd May 2016, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Registration from 1:00 pm


Controllable demand will be a key means to ensure that future low-carbon networks provide a robust supply of energy.  This seminar will present the latest research and development on responsive demand in buildings, including:

  • Automated demand control in the Findhorn Community.

  • Remote heat load shifting in a low-carbon house.

  • Enabling responsive demand in Glasgow City Council buildings.

  • Demand flexibility and the electricity network: making the most of local energy systems. 

  • User acceptance of automated energy control.   

Research findings will be presented from current research projects:

 Registration and a networking lunch will be available from 1.00pm. 

Who should attend?

  • Energy systems professionals.

  • Facilities Managers.

  • Community energy groups.

  • Energy services providers and energy technology developers.

  • Energy managers and building owners.

Benefits of attending

  • Learn about the opportunities and limitations of responsive load, including current technology gaps.

  • Meet industry representatives and academic experts and discuss automated management of energy systems from different perspectives. 

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Dr Nick Kelly
phone +44 (0)141 574 5083
Dr Paul Tuohy
phone +44 (0)141 548 2083
Dr Stuart Galloway
phone +44 (0)141 548 5856

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