IndustRE project - Large industrial electricity consumers needed to conduct case study on flexible demand

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Call for expressions of interest - Deadline for selection process and to submit a first non-binding interest is 30th June 2016.

In the first phase of the IndustRE project (presented by Thomas Maidonis, WIP Munich, during the 2016 A.SPIRE GA), several a-priori business models for large industrial users with flexibility in their demand have been identified, many of them showing win-win situations with variable renewable electricity generation. Now, some case studies to assess the real potential of industrial flexible demand will be conducted.

IndustRE is looking for large industrial plants from following sectors: chemicals, non-ferrous metals, steel, cold storage, water treatment, located either in Germany, Belgium, France, UK, Italy or Spain.

For the participating companies, the assessment is free of charge, and will allow to:

  • identify their available flexibility for this site
  • identify best scenarios to make a business case
  • calculate the value of this flexibility
  • quantify the achievable energy bill savings and possible new energy streams


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The Flexible Industrial Demand assessment consists of the following steps:

  • Electricity consumption pattern analysis
  • One day on-site visit by IndustRE expert(s)
  • Flexibility potential analysis

Based on the input and the current market and regulatory conditions, the most promising/relevant business cases will be selected in agreement with the industrial site responsible. All information provided will be treated as confidential.

Deadline for selection process and to submit a first non-binding interest is 30th June 2016.

If your organization is a-priori interested to apply as potential candidate for this Flexible Industrial Demand assessment, please contact us as soon as possible for further information by using this link: Application form

 Or directly:

Tomas Jezdinsky
- Market Research Consultant -
ECI European Copper Institute
Brussels/ Belgium

(Home Office):

D-60431 Frankfurt/ Germany
phone: +49- 172 –35 65 251

Further information is available at the following link: