Press Releases11 September 2018
A project which aims to provide the first realistic opportunity for smaller commercial energy users across Britain to benefit from demand side response (DSR), has secured close to half a million in funding from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
In the Media01 September 2018
Flexitricity has landed almost £500k of government funding in order to try and bring smaller companies – and smaller sites of larger companies – into demand-side response (DSR).
Public sector switches on to DSR: Flexitricity delivers over £1m to public sector in first four years of CCS framework
Press Releases31 July 2018
An Edinburgh-based demand side response (DSR) pioneer is calling on public services across the UK to explore their energy management potential after announcing it has delivered over £1m in revenue and cost savings to the public sector.
Videos05 July 2018
Press Releases28 June 2018
- Flexitricity, an Edinburgh-based energy company specialising in demand side response, has appointed a new head of supply as it prepares to launch its commercial energy supply offering later this year. -
Edinburgh company celebrates £20m in savings to UK businesses over 10 years of smart grid operations
Press Releases25 June 2018
- An Edinburgh energy company started at a kitchen table is celebrating its birthday, by announcing it has surpassed the £20 million mark in benefits for its customers, over the past 10 years of live smart grid operations. -
Brochures20 June 2018
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework has been designed to help public sector organisations access demand side response (DSR) schemes without needing to run a full OJEU procurement.
In the Media01 June 2018
An Edinburgh-based energy firm that started at a kitchen table is celebrating its tenth anniversary of “smart grid” operations, by announcing it has surpassed the £20 million mark in benefits for its customers.
Videos23 May 2018
Brochures18 May 2018
Flexitricity+ is the first opportunity for electricity customers and small generator owners to optimise their flexibility on the day, by trading in National Grid’s Balancing Mechanism (BM). For energy users, this is a major new revenue source.