4th June 2019
Following the official launch of the Flex Assure Compliance Scheme for Demand Side Response business aggregators, five companies have successfully completed the applications process and have been accepted into membership of the scheme today.
By providing evidence of their processes, these Scheme Members are making a commitment to the scheme company and their customers that they will meetor exceedthe standards outlined in the DSR Code of Conduct.
 
The five new members are Npower Ltd.,Flexitricity Ltd.,Centrica Business Solutions UK Optimisation Ltd.,ENEL-X UK Ltd.,and Kiwi Power Ltd.
 
John Bryant, Director of the Scheme said:
“We are very happy to announce that today the first five DSR aggregators have been accepted into the Flex Assure scheme. These companies are critical for the future of a flexible, low-carbon energy system in the UK. National Grid ESO stated yesterdaythe UK hasrunover 400hours coal free, following thecoal free fortnight. Demand Side Response aggregation supports this record-breaking streak and will help deliver flexibility at a large scale. “We encourage DSR customers to consider these five companies when evaluating the benefits of demand response services, as they haveall committed to schemeoversight of theirDSR products and services. We hope to be announcing the successful completion of more applications very soon,once all of the scheme’s requirements are completed.”
 
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