With the adoption of smart grid technologies, Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR) promises greater efficiencies than ever before. But because its benefits accrue mainly to customers and its costs to utilities, CVR is not being adopted as widely as it could be. Allowing CVR energy savings to be treated as a certified energy efficiency resource can change that picture for the better.
Conservation Voltage Regulation: An Energy Efficiency Resource
Posted: 13 Apr 2013
Authors:Kellogg L. Warner and Ron Willoughby
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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