Community level electricity network and energy flow data will be collected and this will be shared with the community via a website and specially designed energy monitor that can display the individual's demand and the overall community demand. The community will also get local energy efficiency advice from energy charities. Western Power Distribution will be incentivising the communities to reduce demand at peak periods of the day to reduce potential overloading of the LV network. This will be done in a way similar that a supplier or DNO in the future could use time of day tariffs. Once the demand profiles have been understood through interaction with the communities the findings can be reported to explain how effective the demand side response actually was.