Earn revenue from your energy assets through Demand Side Response

This case study outlines how you can help balance the national grid, and receive payments for your availabillity to reduce electrical demand during peak times.

A Demand Side Unit (DSU) is a site, such as a commercial building or factory, that receives payments for agreeing to temporarily reduce electricity demand. The DSU delivers demand reduction by switching to on-site generation/battery storage and or shutting down certain processes.


  • How the demand side response scheme works
  • The steps involved in becoming a demand side unit
  • How to reduce energy bills whilst getting paid for your availability to reduce demand