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A DFS Service Requirement has been published for tomorrow, Monday January 23, 2023 between 17:00 and 18:00. Unlike demonstration tests, it means everyone signed up to the scheme could save money if they reduce power usage during that time.

If a person’s energy supplier offers the service and they have a smart meter, then they should be able to sign up to the service with then.

The National Grid’s ESO website states: “If you have signed up to take part in the DFS scheme your electricity provider will contact you before a demonstration test or live event and ask if you want to participate in the following day’s event.”

National Grid has published a list of providers who are taking part in the ESO Demand Flexibility Service on its website.

The following providers are taking part for domestic customers.

  • British Gas
  • CarbonLaces
  • EDF
  • E.ON Next
  • Domestic
  • Equiwatt
  • Hugo Energy App (via SMS)
  • Labrador (via Perse Technology Ltd)
  • (via SMS)
  • myenergi (via Orange Power)
  • Octopus Energy
  • OVO Energy
  • Power Rewards App (via Orange Power)
  • Shell Energy Retail (Via SMS)
  • SMS
  • VpowerU

More to follow…

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