WASHINGTON, DC (June 16, 2016) –The Advanced Energy Management Alliance, and several member companies, met at the White House with other innovative leaders in demand response, energy storage, and renewable energy. Each company committed to deploying technologies that would build on partnerships to enhance a flexible, efficient, clean, and reliable 21st century power grid. “We […]
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 […]
Originally published in Texas Tribune here. Legislation Aims to Boost Electricity Conservation by Jim Malewitz March 31, 2015 In January of 2014, a bone-chilling “polar vortex” swept across much of the country and knocked two North Texas power plants off-line just as residents were turning on their lights and cranking up the heat. The simultaneous […]
March 26, 2015 Kirsten Voinis (512) 922-7141 or email@example.com AEMA TESTIFIES IN SUPPORT OF DEMAND RESPONSE LEGISLATION House State Affairs Committee hears HB 3343 by Rep. Sylvester Turner The Advanced Energy Management Alliance (AEMA) on Wednesday urged the House State Affairs Committee to pass legislation that would remove constraints to the use of demand response […]
Originally published in Dallas Morning News. March 19, 2015 By James Osborne, Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org When the Texas Legislature authorized the installation of “smart” electrical meters a decade ago, it was intended to usher in a new age of efficiency and reliability. Downed power lines would be identified almost instantaneously. Electricity consumption could be scaled […]
From Utility Dive, March 11, 2015: Demand response (DR) advocates in Texas are preparing a bill they say would open up the state’s energy markets and unlock DR growth. Reducing power consumption can help control up to 4% of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas’ (ERCOT) peak load, FERC determined in a 2012 report. That’s […]
Press release originally posted on PRWeb here. Support for the appeal of a DC Circuit Court of Appeals decision that vacated Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Order 745 (Electric Power Supply Ass’n v. FERC, D.C. Circuit No. 11-1486) has been filed by a diverse set of parties, including several Advanced Energy Management Alliance (AEMA) members […]
The Advanced Energy Management Alliance was featured in a Utility Dive article about the U.S. Circuit Court decision to vacate FERC Order 745. AEMA members and the Maryland Public Service Commission were bullish about the market and prospects for demand response. Frank Lacey, Board member of AEMA, of Comverge was quoted extensively, as was Tim […]
EnerNOC’s blog, EnergySMART, discusses ways demand response companies use demand response to their competitive advantage. Read blog post here.
Jesse Berst of Smart Grid News highlights recent projects and developments; partnerships and agreements; and awards and honors in smart grid. AEMA founding member EnerNOC is featured. Read the full story here.