The BestRES project developed 13 Business Models to facilitate the integration of renewable energy sources into the energy market by aggregating distributed generation and combining it with demand side management and energy storage. However, these Business Models encounter various barriers on their way, be it of economic, technical or legal nature.
The paper “The impact of the CE4AE-Package on legal and regulatory problems for aggregators, encountered in the BestRES project” analyses the legal and regulatory barriers already identified at an early stage of the project in light of the new provisions of the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package (CE4AE), which are likely to reduce or even eliminate said barriers.
The document includes BestRES recommendations for policy makers to ease the transition to cleaner sourses of energy.
20 September 2018
In cooperation with Florence School of Regulation, the BestRES Consortium has organized the European Policy Workshop “RES Aggregators as Enablers of Prosumers and Active Market Participation” at CEER, the Council of European Energy Regulators, in Brussels, on 11th February 2019. Aggregators should be intermediaries to put “Consumers at the heart of the Energy Union”. Currently, […]