DR group looks at hits, misses in case studies

Smart Grid Today
September 24, 2020

Four free studies of DR programs the Assn for DR and Smart Grid (ADS) publicized last week “go behind the scenes to let people talk about how they designed and marketed it, and what worked and what didn't,” Dan Delurey, ADS' executive director, told the press. “We anticipate these interviews will be a very helpful tool to those trying to implement DR.”

The interviews described programs at Consolidated Edison (ConEd), Gulf Power, Progress Energy Carolinas and Reliant, addressing goals, rationales and processes. The programs varied by nature and type, including commercial and residential programs, time-based pricing, direct control, and programs in regulated and deregulated markets.

They were part of an ADS effort to implement the National Action Plan on Demand Response put forth by DOE and FERC.
DOE's Office of Electricity Delivery & Energy Reliability provided support for the series.

For each program, a recorded interview, set of slides and transcript are available.

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