- Magnus Korpås
- WP3 Lead
Orchestrating households as collectives of participation in the distributed energy transition
Challenge and objective
- Capacity problems in the grid due to increased peak load. Identify potential for flexibility among households.
- Qualitative analysis, based on interviews. Analysing orchestration of households as collectives of participation in the process of distributed energy transition.
- Identification of four distinct processes through which orchestration is enacted: 1) the production of visions, expectations and imaginations, 2) network construction and re-configuration, 3) scripting and 4) domestication.
Impact for distribution system innovation
- Increased knowledge about the potential for flexibility among households.
Reference in CINELDI
- T.M. Skjølsvold, W. Throndsen, M. Ryghaug, I.F. Fjellså, G. Koksvik: " Orchestrating households as collectives of participation in the distributed energy transition: New empirical and conceptual insights", Energy Research & Social Science.