Green option is chosen by National Grid for Short Term Operating Reserve.

Green option is chosen by National Grid for Short Term Operating Reserve.

Energy technology company REstore has been selected to sell emergency power, known as committed Short Term Operating Reserve, to National Grid. Whenever power demand threatens to outstrip power supply, National Grid calls upon companies such as REstore to rebalance the grid in real-time. However, unlike incumbent providers of emergency power, REstore balances the grid by managing pure demand, instead of relying on back-up from diesel generators. This disruptive model is a greener, more cost-efficient approach to energy management.

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REstore is a leading energy technology company

REstore offers Demand Response programmes to Commercial & Industrial consumers and delivers cloud-based Demand Side Management software to Utilities. REstore is the leader in the fast-growing European Primary Reserve / Frequency control market and operates in all ancillary services and capacity markets in France, the UK, Germany, and Benelux. The company’s proprietary technology platform FlexPond™ is used by more than 125 of Europe’s largest commercial and industrial consumers and a range of utility clients, including five of Europe’s top-50 largest utilities and grid operators.

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