April 2018 Workshop – Demand Side Management: Empowering the end user in the energy transition, Bergen, Norway

The conference on Empowering the end user in the energy transition was organised by Enova SF and the Technology Collaboration Programme on Demand Side Management Technologies and Programmes (DSM TCP) and was held in conjunction with the 51st Executive Committee meeting.

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


“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 customersHanne 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 LevelJan Bleyl, Energetic Solutions, Austria

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

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

Coffee break

14:15-14:40 Business models for energy efficiency services: User centeredness, capabilities and contextRuth 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