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Determining Load Profiles for Customers in the Indicated DSO Area based on Smart Meters: A Summary Report for European Data Incubator

LONDON, 17 February 2020 -SMAP Energy was selected to participate in the European Data Incubator – a Horizon 2020 funded program focused on building innovative data applications. This paper details the work undertaken in the project and the results achieved. Links  Report Publication – European_Data_Incubator  Online Demo (to gain access, request login information from info@smapenergy.com) – …

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SMAP Energy joins the best “Big Data” startups in Europe in the EXPERIMENT phase of EDI

BERLIN, 9th October 2019 – SMAP Energy has successfully progressed through to the next round – the EXPERIMENT phase of the European Data Incubator (EDI), an incubation programme that offers the brightest Big Data startups the chance to solve data challenges set by major European corporates like international weather service UBIMET and the multinational Sonae. …

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SMAP Energy has been selected as one of the brightest “Big Data” startups in Europe

Berlin, 20 September 2019- SMAP Energy has been selected to take part in the European Data Incubator (EDI), a 3-year project that offers around 100 startups the chance to solve data challenges set by major European corporates like RACC motoring club and the multinational Sonae. What is EDI? EDI is an incubation programme run by …

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SMAP Energy Platform promotes renewable energy usage with smart-meter data and gamification

TOKYO, 21 May 2019 – Spring DR, the latest project by SMAP Energy in partnership with Japanese energy supplier Looop, successfully concluded this week. 4000 Looop customers have taken part in the supplier’s latest campaign promoting renewable energy, where participants were rewarded for shifting their electricity usage with Amazon gift vouchers. In this article we will explain how …

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Preliminary results from Winter Demand Response campaign released

TOKYO, 22 February 2019 – Energy technology startup SMAP Energy is proud to announce the results of its Winter Demand Response (DR) savings campaign in collaboration with Japanese energy retailer Looop. This follows the successful result of the Looop Summer TOU Trial. This program was applied in winter to reward participants for reducing high energy …

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SMAP Energy announces Winter Demand Response trial for Japanese domestic energy consumers

TOKYO, 21 December 2018 – Energy technology startup SMAP Energy is proud to announce the continuation of a fruitful collaboration with Japanese energy retailer Looop in the newly launched Winter Demand Response (DR) Savings campaign. This follows the successful result of the Looop Summer TOU trial.   DR vs TOU – Seizing a second opportunity As demonstrated …

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Successful results from trial of Japan’s first smart-meter-enabled TOU tariff

TOKYO, 26 November 2018 UK energy data analytics startup SMAP Energy and Japanese energy retailer Looop collaborated on the creation of Japan’s first smart-meter-enabled time of use (TOU) tariff. The program was novel in that it only relied on smart-meter data and SMAP Energy’s proprietary algorithms to optimise engagement. 1300 Japanese energy consumers joined the …

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Causal Tree Estimation of Heterogeneous Household Response to Time-Of-Use Electricity Pricing Schemes

CAMBRIDGE, 23 Oct 2018 Authors: Eoghan O’Neill (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, UK), Melvyn Weeks (Faculty of Economics and Clare College, University of Cambridge, UK) Full publication: Link We examine the distributional effects of the introduction of Time-of-Use (TOU) pricing schemes where the price per kWh of electricity usage depends on the time of …

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