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Consumer, prosumer, prosumager : how service innovations will disrupt the utility business model

Author: Fereidoon P Sioshansi
Publisher: London ; San Diego, CA : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Consumers, Prosumers, Prosumagers: How Service Innovations will Disrupt the Utility Business Model examines customer stratification in the electric power sector, arguing that it is poised to become one of the fundamental drivers of the 21st century power network as distributed energy generation, storage, sharing and trading options become available at scale. The book addresses the interface and the relationship  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fereidoon P Sioshansi
ISBN: 9780128168356 0128168358
OCLC Number: 1098232646
Description: lxii, 488 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Digitalization of energy / Mostyn Brown, Stephen Woodhouse, Fereidoon Sioshansi --
Peer-to-peer trading and blockchains: enabling regional energy markets and platforms for energy transactions / David Shipworth, Christoph Burger, Jens Weinmann, Fereidoon Sioshansi --
Integrated energy services, load aggregation, and intelligent storage / Jim Baak, Fereidoon Sioshansi --
Service innovation and disruption in the Australian contestable retail market / Stephanie Bashir, Aleks Smits, Tim Nelson --
Do I have a deal for you? Buying well in Australia's contestable retail electricity markets / Bruce Mountain --
Platforms to support nonwire alternatives and DSO flexibility trading / Rachel Stanley, James Johnston, Fereidoon Sioshansi --
Consumer-centric service innovations in an era of self-selecting customers / Emi Minghui Gui, Iain MacGill --
Fair, equitable, and efficient tariffs in the presence of distributed energy resources / Scott Burger, Ian Schneider, Audun Botterud, Ignacio Pérez-Arriaga --
New distribution network charges for new integrated network services / Ibtihal Abdelmotteleb, Tomás Gómez, José Pablo Chaves Ávila --
Community energy storage: governance and business models / Binod Prasad Koirala, Rudi A. Hakvoort, Ellen C. van Oost, Henny J. van der Windt --
Challenges to the promotion of distributed energy resources in Latin America: a Brazilian case study / Lucas Noura Guimarães --
The future of electricity distribution: a California case study / Fereidoon Sioshansi --
Using flexibility resources to optimize distribution grids: a French case study / Pierre Germain, Etienne Jan --
Off-grid prosumers: electrifying the next billion with PAYGO solar / Toby Couture, Setu Pelz, Catherina Cader, Philipp Blechinger --
Customer stratification and different concepts of decentralization / Dierk Bauknecht, Joss Bracker, Franziska Flachsbarth, Christoph Heinemann, Dominik Seebach, Moritz Vogel --
Designing markets for innovative electricity services in the EU: the roles of policy, technology, and utility capabilities / Guillermo Ivan Pereira, Patrícia Pereira da Silva, Deborah Soule --
How incumbents are adjusting to the changing business environment: a German case study / Florian Weiss, Richard Gross, Sarah Linowski, Christian von Hirschhausen, Ben Wealer, Timon Zimmermann --
Who will fuel your electric vehicle in the future? You or your utility? / Jeremy Webb, Jake Whitehead, Clevo Wilson --
Distributed energy resources in the US wholesale markets: recent trends, new models, and forecasts / Udi Helman.
Responsibility: Fereidoon Sioshansi, (Editor).

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Consumers, Prosumers, Prosumagers: How Service Innovations will Disrupt the Utility Business Model examines customer stratification in the electric power sector, arguing that it is poised to become one of the fundamental drivers of the 21st century power network as distributed energy generation, storage, sharing and trading options become available at scale. The book addresses the interface and the relationship between key players and their impacts on incumbent and disruptive service providers. Topics covered include innovations that lead to consumer stratification, regulatory policy, the potential of service, the speed and spread of stratification, and a review of potential business models and strategies. The work also covers the evolution and potential end-states of electricity service provision, from its basis in current pilot programs as distributed generation scales and its potential to supplant industry norms.

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Sioshansi's new book is a must-read for anyone interested in the evolution of the electricity sector. While the sector's historical roots are useful for understanding how we find ourselves with the Read more...

 
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