This paper discusses prosumers’ business models in future electricity markets. In this view, the goal is to analyse the dimensions which peer-to-peer, community self-consumption, and transactive energy models add to the traditional electricity market. They enable prosumers to play an active role and require them to acquire appropriate business models. Definitions of the three models, their domains, potential contradictions, and alignments are systematically reviewed. Furthermore, the importance of prosumers’ preferences on their business models are discussed. In doing so, the paper can yield insights into prosumers’ role in future electricity markets.
|Title of host publication||Business Model Conference|
|Publisher||journal of Business Models|
|Publication status||Submitted - 27 Apr 2021|
|Event||Business Model Conference - Aalborg University Campus, Copenhagen , Denmark|
Duration: 5 Oct 2021 → 6 Oct 2021
|Conference||Business Model Conference|
|Period||5/10/21 → 6/10/21|