Technology Collaboration Programme

November 2012 Workshop – Current issues in Demand Side Management, Espoo, Finland

The workshop on ‘Current Issues in Demand Side Management’ was organised by the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) and Demand Side Management Technologies and Programmes (IEA DSM) and was held in conjunction with the Executive Committee meeting.  The workshop consited of two sessions: (1) DSM in Finland, and (2) DSM from the IEA perspective.

Current issues in Demand Side Management

Where: VTT, Tekniikantie 2, Espoo, Finland
When: 14th November 2012, 09:30 – 16:30
Hosts: The International Energy Agency – Demand Side Management Programme (IEA-DSM) and VTT
Technical Research Centre of Finland

08:30 – 9:30 Registration, coffee

Session 1: DSM in Finland, and chaired by chairman prof. emeritus Seppo Kärkkäinen

9:30- 9:50 The needs for Demand Response in Finland, presented by Jussi Matilainen, Fingrid and Juha Kiviluoma, VTT

9:50-10:10 Information exchange in Demand Response, presented by Jan Segerstam, Empower

10:10-10:30 Home Energy Management System, presented by Sami Repo, TUT and Mikael Latvala, There

10:30-10:50 Break

10:50-11:10 Dynamic smart metering based demand response, presented by Joonas Päivärinta, Helsinki Energy, Joel Seppälä Helen SV and Pekka Koponen, VTT

11:10-11:30 Modelling loads and responses in project SGEM (Smart Grids and Energy Markets), presented by Göran Koreneff, VTT, Antti Mutanen TUT and Harri Niska, UEF.

11:30-11:50 Enhanced metering and billing for energy efficiency: what do Finnish customers want?, presented by Eva Heiskanen, Consumer Research Centre

11:50-12:10 Energy performance monitoring of buildings, presented by Jorma Pietiläinen, VTT

12:10 – 12:50 Lunch

Session 2: DSM from the IEA perspective

12:50-13:05 What is the IEA-DSM and what does it do?, presented by Rob Kool, Chairman IEA-DSM NL Agency, Netherlands

13:05 – 13:35 DSM in the 21st century – Large scale deployment of smart applications, presented by Hans Nilsson, FourFact, Sweden, former chairman of the IEA-DSM Programme

13:35-14:05 The role of emerging end-use and microgeneration technologies in smart grids – some findings from Task XVII, presented by Seppo Kärkkäinen, Elektraflex Oy, Finland, Matthias Stifter, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology.

14:05- 14:25 Coffee Break

14:25 – 14:50 ESCo Market Development: Business Models, Innovations and Lessons Learned, presented by Jan Bleyl-Androschin, Graz Energy Agency, Austria

14:50 – 15:15 End user behavioural aspects of Smart Grids, presented by Linda Hull, EA Technology, UK

15:15 – 15:40 Closing the loop – Behaviour change in DSM, from theory to policies and practice, presented by Sea Rotmann, New Zealand and/or Ruth Mourik, the Netherlands

15:40-16:00 Impact of a mandatory Time-of-Use tariff on the residential customers in Italy, presented by Simone Maggiore, RSE (Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico S.p.A.), Italy

16:00 – 16:30 Final remarks, discussion and end