See posting on EDF blog here. By: Frank Lacey, Chairman of Advanced Energy Management Alliance and Senior Vice President, Regulatory and Market Strategy, for CPower With blazing summer heat ahead, Texans need to know the electric grid is up to the challenge of keeping millions of air conditioners running at full speed, in addition to […]
Originally posted on: http://blogs.edf.org/texascleanairmatters/2015/04/20/a-legislative-push-to-get-texas-serious-about-demand-response/ EDF Energy Exchange: http://blogs.edf.org/energyexchange/ April 20, 2015 By: Suzanne L. Bertin, Director of Regulatory Affairs at EnerNOC With the blooming Texas bluebonnets signalling the end of winter and at least a few weeks before the blazing heat begins, spring might not seem the ideal time for the Texas Legislature to debate laws about […]
Michael Panfil, an attorney with the Environmental Defense Fund Clean Energy Program, blogs on The Energy Collective about how demand response can increase the value of clean energy and should be allowed to do to a greater degree in California, a state that prides itself on environmental progress. Read full blog by EDF here.
Michael Panfil of Environmental Defense Fund blogs in Intelligent Utility about the importance of a rehearing of the U.S. Circuit Court ruling on FERC’s Order 745. Panfil discusses the potential negative impact of this ruling, the importance of demand response, and the need to uphold Order 745. Read full story here.