by Jeff St. John
August 02, 2019

Distributed flexibility doesn’t fit into the traditional categories found in utility plans, such as energy efficiency, demand response, distributed generation, or dispatchable energy storage.

And while it’s partly under utility control and direction, much of its value to the grid will rely on individual customer decisions on how to invest and behave around their energy usage — or, perhaps, how energy services providers and aggregators can help them do so.