Session Introduction - When Technology Breaks the Rules
Technology is changing and regulation needs to change faster. Who owns the data? Some traditional utilities seem to believe the data of consumers is theirs. If you take the stance that consumers own their own data, their consent will influence market design. Are the regulators equipped to deal with the fast changing technology landscape?
Enabling Digital Energy Market when Supporting Consumer as Data Owner : A Key Role for DSO's, Different Ways to Fulfil it
When energy transition meets digital revolution, customer becomes “prosumer” and his empowerment is pivotal: DSOs have a key role to pl: Enabling digital energy market when supporting consumer as data owner : A key role for DSOs, different ways to fulfil it ay as digital market enabler, supporting both prosumers and market stakeholders
Smart metering roll out must enable “prosumer” to take full control of their energy consumption and generation, and must allow them as well to manage their datas and privacy in a proper way
How to enable market players and stakeholders to access to customers datas in an easy way, under full control of customer? A new key role for DSOs, and different ways opened to fulfil it.