Aggregator of flexibility

A physical person or legal entity that combines, manages and represents several delivery points and/or production points in the electricity market. Aggregators of flexibility optimize the electricity consumption and production of their customers to efficiently respond to market demands and contribute to the stability of the power system.

These entities help balance fluctuations in energy demand and supply, leading to increased efficiency and reduced energy costs for all involved. Flexibility aggregators play a crucial role in the transition to sustainable energy with a higher share of renewable energy sources.


An alternator is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy in the form of alternating current (AC). This conversion process is crucial in various applications such as automotive systems, electric generators, and renewable energy sources.

Alternators are widely used in the automotive industry for charging batteries and powering vehicle electrical systems, as well as in power plants for generating electricity.