The role of the DSO as Neutral Market Facilitator
Rebecca will be leading a Deep Dive roundtable discussion on Wednesday 13 October, looking at pressing issues for our energy networks, such as:
- What capabilities will the DSO of the future need to develop to facilitate market functions? How does this compare with current DNO obligations?
- What are the most significant regulatory barriers to wide-scale adoption of DSO-level markets? Technological barriers? Commercial barriers?
- What are the hallmarks of neutral market facilitation? What technological barriers must be overcome?
- What are the considerations in who should manage services at the DSO/ESO level?
Rebecca Gu is the UK/EU Business Development Manager for Opus One Solutions. She spent four years as an Economist, focusing on competition and antitrust issues in energy transmission and digital platforms in the EU. She then joined Baringa Partners as an energy economist, advising on retail market design issues with BEIS and Ofgem and regulatory filings for transmission infrastructure projects in the OECD. Prior to joining Opus One, she was the commercial manager for a flexibility market platform provider in the UK, focusing on market design for distribution-level flexibility markets within Active Network Management zones.
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