Automated demand response connects utility needs with customers resources and is a win-win for both parties. Peak loads are being shaved, grid reliability is being enhanced, the share of renewable generation footprints is increasing, utility costs are dropping, and customers commercial, industrial and residential are seeing reductions in costs as well. Meanwhile, a comprehensive standard for automated demand response is rapidly gaining popularity.
Power Industry is Embracing Automated Demand Response Standard
Posted: 13 Apr 2013
Authors:Tariq Samad and Ed Koch
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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