Reducing energy consumption is considered one of the best ways to mitigate climate change. But where reducing energy consumption is not possible, flexible energy use can be a powerful way to reduce CO2 emissions.
First LEED Certification in the Baltics Achieved for a Building Through Flexible Electrical Management
Fusebox, the leading provider of electrical flexibility in the Baltic states, has joined forces with Forus to enable real estate companies to achieve the LEED certification through demand response.
The company has decided to move away from balancing the electricity grid and focus on a new opportunity – improving the flexibility of humans.
Wind energy’s intermittent nature is one of its most significant challenges. To illustrate this, let’s take a recent example from March 30th, as presented by the Estonian national grid operator – Elering.
Fusebox, a leading provider of flexible energy solutions in the Baltics, is the first company to announce the launch of its demand response service in Lithuania.
According to a recently leaked document, the EU aims to tackle volatility and uncertainty in the electricity market by introducing a range of measures.
The non-equity dilutive program is designed to help mature startups accelerate decarbonization at scale.
Tarvo joined the video podcast at Eesti Päevaleht to discuss how we produce our energy today and what should be done to make the green transition work.
Sooner or later you are bound to run into such hype words as demand response and flexible energy consumption. But what do these words mean and where does flexibility come from?
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