Towards a Social License To Automate in Demand Side Management: Challenges, Perspectives and Regional Aspects

Peter Fröhlich (Vortragende:r), Tara Esterl, Sophie Adams, Declan Kuch, Selin Yilmaz, Cecilia Katzeff, Christian Winzer, Lisa Diamond, Johann Schrammel, Zofia Lukszo

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Demand side management (DSM) requires automation, in order to suitably address the fluctuating conditions within energy grids. One of the major challenges for introducing and maintaining automation solutions for DSM is to acquire a social license, that is, to ensure the acceptance and approval of the affected by the affected stakeholder communities. In this paper, we provide an overview of the current state of knowledge and remaining challenges to understand the relevant factors to acquire such a social license to automate. We also introduce into a novel related international work group of the International Energy Agency Technology Cooperation Programme on User-centered Energy Systems. The scope and planned activities of this work group are presented, which shall lead to a set of globally reaching and regionally contextualized guidelines for the successful set up and operation of DSM.
Titel16. Symposium Energieinnovation
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2020
VeranstaltungEnInnov2020: 16. Symposium Energieinnovation -
Dauer: 12 Feb. 202014 Feb. 2020


KonferenzEnInnov2020: 16. Symposium Energieinnovation

Research Field

  • Ehemaliges Research Field - Capturing Experience
  • Ehemaliges Research Field - Integrated Energy Systems


  • Social License to Automate
  • Demand Side Management (DSM)
  • Trust
  • Flexibility
  • Automation
  • User Interaction
  • Energy Practices


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