Track 3 / Room: Mezzo
13.40 - 14.10
Where has the money gone? How can DSF adapt to the decline in prices?
Presented by Jon Ferris and Lucinda Murley from LCP-Delta.
About Jon Ferris
Jon is Head of Flexibility and Storage at LCP Delta, and has 16 years’ experience engaging consumers and distributed assets in energy markets. He spent 12 years managing a €1bn wholesale trading book on behalf of C&I consumers, working with retailers to develop new contracts enabling market access for smaller consumers and was also responsible for delivery of market intelligence, procurement and bill validation. This breadth of responsibilities, anchored in wholesale energy trading, gave Jon a unique insight into the interactions between markets and policy, and a detailed understanding of the cost structures of the energy system. Jon was a member of the Power Responsive forum, representing the TPI sector, and is a member of the UK ISGAN team. Jon has also worked on local energy markets including a p2p curtailment market on Orkney, demand response optimisation in South Korea, and oversaw market design for the PFER Smart Local Energy System detailed design for a Regional Energy System Operator. He is a frequent commentator on the energy industry, and a regular speaker at industry events.
About Lucinda Murley
Lucy is Flexibility Research Service Manager at LCP Delta, and a technical expert in flexibility markets. She has a deep technical understanding of European flexibility markets, acts as technical advisor on consultancy projects and was the lead author for the annual smartEN/LCP Delta Flexibility Market Monitor. In her role Lucy supports a variety of clients, from executives in multinational vertically integrated utilities, to developer teams in start-up organisations. Lucy works across the whole delivery lifecycle including strategy, planning, delivery, change and reviews with the flexibility landscape. Before joining LCP Delta Lucy completed a masters in Carbon Management at the University of Edinburgh with her dissertation detailing the transition towards subsidy-free local energy systems. She also holds BA (Hons) in Geography from the University of Exeter.
LCP-Delta is a rapidly growing research and consulting company. We are at the heart of the transformation of energy markets to a more distributed, customer-centric, low carbon future, and are the leading European provider of independent expertise on 'new energy'. LCP-Delta's Flexibility Research Service provides data, analysis and opinion that enable you to evolve the right positioning and to identify, understand and capture the growing opportunities from demand side flexibility.