September 2019 to February 2025
Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America
For more information on the Task, please contact the Task Leaders at GO-P2P@userstcp.org
Latest From GO-P2P
The GO-P2P Concept Paper that our GO-P2P Task Leaders lead on has made the top 10 downloads from the section of the SSRN repository it’s housed on.
Defining Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading, Community Self-Consumption and Transactive Energy Models. As energy end-users take on a more active role in the energy system, new energy business models are developing to tackle a key challenge: how can we integrate decentralised energy assets into the grid and incentivise prosumers to provide flexibility services?
Initiative will tackle standardisation gaps around energy trading using distributed ledger technologies.
Fundamental changes are transforming energy markets globally. Distributed energy resources (DERs), such as photovoltaic (PV) and wind generators, and storage devices are being installed at ever increasing rates.
Subtasks & Deliverables
About The Observatory
The Observatory includes 200+ participating experts on peer-to-peer energy trading/transactive energy and community/collective self-consumption models from all over the world, representing academia, industry and non-profits.
We welcome new participants! As a participant you can join any of the Observatory sub-tasks (by directly contacting the sub-task leads, whose details are included in the ‘sub-tasks’ section below) that align with your current work and to which you would be able to provide expertise. For more information on each sub-task, see the ‘Sub-tasks descriptions’ document under the ‘Publications’ section below. By participating you will not only be able to play an active role in shaping the Observatory’s deliverables, but also join an international community of experts in the field, providing opportunities for future collaboration.
Policymakers are a key target audience of the Observatory, as we want to ensure its findings respond to their evidence needs. In case you are a policymaker and interested in the Observatory, please get in touch with us (see details below).
If you have any questions on the Observatory and participation, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org).