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Demand response programs in the United States have the cost-effective potential to grow to 198 gigawatts by 2030, up from 59 GW today, largely through programs that can provide around the clock grid flexibility, according to the Brattle Group.
Public power utility CPS Energy awarded $1.5 million in demand response incentives to 16 school districts in its greater San Antonio, Texas, service area.
A recent report from the Bonneville Power Administration identifies the potential to enhance the use of water heaters as a demand response tool.
Colorado Springs Utilities is rolling out a new software platform for its demand management program for its business customers that the utility believes will garner a more robust response than its previous program.
It has been more than 40 years since a solemn President Jimmy Carter warned Americans that we were facing a new energy dilemma: a supply that was limited and a “shortage that is permanent.” Whether or not Carter’s televised address was politically wise or scientifically accurate has been widely
Demand response plays an important role as an energy resource for both local utilities and regional grid operators. It is a unique resource, as it is created not by construction of a power plant, but instead by a customer agreeing to reduce their use of electricity. A central advantage of demand
The New York State Public Service Commission approved a $5 million program for Consolidated Edison Company of New York to reduce residential and commercial customer demand for natural gas.
The Bonneville Power Administration on April 26 issued a request for offers on products or measures from third parties that might help alleviate transmission congestion in southwestern Washington and northwestern Oregon.
The use of advanced meters continues to increase throughout the country, says a report by the staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.