Tag Archives: Demand Reponse
Half-Empty Planes: Utilization Rates for California’s Electric Grid Part I
The electric grid is designed to handle the highest demand expected in a given period, commonly referred to as peak demand. Depending on many factors, the time needed for peak demand and period of high demand approaching peak can be … Continue reading
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How can Demand Response (DR) resources be compensated at the retail level in light of the D.C. Circuit Ruling on FERC Order No. 745?
On a January 21, 2015, former Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chair Jon Wellinghoff participated in a webinar produced by the Advanced Energy Economy entitled Order 745 and the Future of Demand Response: An Interview with former FERC Chairman Jon … Continue reading