The Joule Centre is holding an event on Friday, 30 April 2010 – ‘Market
Access for Small Scale Intelligent Energy Generation’ (MASSIG)
The aim of this project has been to elaborate marketing concepts and technological approaches to help sell electricity products generated by DG in a power range of up to some several hundred kW. Technologies using RES resources and co-generation have been given special focus.
The day's draft programme is as follows:
9.30 - 10.00: Registration and Coffee
10.00: Welcome – Daniel Kirschen
10.10: Christian Sauer, Fraunhofer – ‘MASSIG – Chances and challenges for intelligent electricity marketing’
11.00: Joseph Mutale, University of Manchester – Review of participation of small plants in the UK electricity market – assessment, conclusions and recommendations
11.30 Alastair Martin, Flextricity - A discussion of the experience of small plants in the UK electricity market
12.05: Anders Andersen – Small Size Danish CHP-plants participating in the Spot market and the Balancing markets
12.35: PANEL DISCUSSION
The event will be held on 30 April at the Kanaris Lecture Theatre, The Manchester Museum, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL. To register, please contact Susan Hogan at The Joule Centre on 0161 306 8962.