California Calls for Demand Response and Solar to Meet Aliso Canyon Shortfall [see original story at Greentech Media site here] Regulators approve millions in new DR spending, and solar industry calls for extending PV program to meet looming energy shortage. by Jeff St. John June 14, 2016 California is looking for an “all-of-the-above” list of energy […]
Story originally published in Greentech Media on June 2, 2015. Katherine Tweed reports on a study by South-Central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER) that indicates Texas could have saved $200 million over five days in 2012 and 2013 if demand response were allowed to fully participate in ERCOT. Two bills were introduced in the […]
Frank Lacey, Vice President of Regulatory and Market Strategy at Comverge and Chair of the Advanced Energy Management Alliance, posted a blog on Greentech Media stating that the US Circuit Court decision to vacate FERC Order 745 will “result in our nation’s evolving smart grid becoming dumber.” Lacey spells out the benefits of demand response […]
A report by the Brattle Group validates the impact demand response could have in Texas to help the state meet proposed greenhouse gas reduction goals under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act. In fact, demand response and energy efficiency could be the most powerful tools in the arsenal for the state, putting Texas in […]
Greentech Media reports on a study by National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory that confirms multiple value streams for demand response. The report tracks the evolution of demand response from emergency load relief to a broader ancillary services role. Read full story here.