Democratising Energy: Placing citizens and communities at the heart of the energy revolution

Merlinda Andoni, Sonam Norbu, Benoit Couraud, David Flynn, Si Chen, Valentin Robu

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Abstract

Energy communities formed by prosumers are increasingly becoming a promising solution for delivering sustainable energy systems that promote renewable integration and active participation of end-users.
In energy communities, end-users may trade energy with each other and invest in shared assets, such as power generation, energy storage, or shared network infrastructure. Local energy markets (LEMs) and Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) are emerging as new methods to coordinate assets of distributed power in a local area.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity Of Glasgow
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Publication statusPublished - 7 Sept 2022

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