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PLMA Load Management Dialogue
55 minutes | 3 days ago
Energy and Data Management for EVs
With the electric vehicle industry growing exponentially, it is expected to become a major revenue generator for utilities all over the world. As a result, utilities are beginning to explore opportunities to offer end-to-end EV charging solutions to commercial businesses and homeowners, which will enable them to assume a more significant role in the e-mobility industry.In this Dialogue, our guest speaker, Driivz CEO Doron Frenkel will demonstrate how, by owning as well as managing EV chargers and the EV owner relationship, utilities can gain maximum visibility of around the availability and stability of the charger network, real-time control of demand response, and also be able to optimize energy management for depot/home charging.
50 minutes | 13 days ago
HOT TOPIC Pricing Interest Group Con Ed's Demand Rate Pilots aired February 11 2021
Hosted by the Retail Pricing Interest GroupCon Edison’s Residential Demand Rate pilot program has been testing new rate structures made possible with the implementation of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). Smart meters offer customers choices that can lead to savings, and also help make electricity distribution more responsive and reliable.Learn about Con Edison's Residential Demand Rate pilot, its rate structures, and the customers' experiences with our guest speakers, Rebecca Roberts, a Section Manager with Con Edison's Utility of the Future Group, and Eric Van Orden, Director of Sales and Business Development with Copper Labs.
62 minutes | 4 months ago
Perspectives on FERC Order 2222
On September 17, FERC issued Order 2222, directing ISOs/RTOs to open their markets to participation by aggregated distributed energy resources (DERs). This Order may have broad implications for RTOs, states, utilities, service providers, and customers, ranging from technical, to jurisdictional, to financial, to operational. This interesting and timely discussion will provide perspectives on the Order from an Investor Owned Utility, Electric Cooperatives, a State Coalition, and a Service Provider.
32 minutes | 7 months ago
City of New York Department of Citywide Administrative Services for Building Operator Engagement
Gain Key Insights from a 17th PLMA Award-winning Initiative in the Thought Leader category.The City of New York Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), through its Division of Energy Management, had the vision to expand an initial electricity-only Demand Response program that encompasses 470 facilities across 30 city agencies and institutions. It’s the single largest contributor to grid relief in the New York Independent System Operator NYC Zone J territory. In addition to Demand Response, DCAS’s work expanded to include Real-Time Metering (RTM) and Load Management programs. The RTM program has deployed near-real time metering for electricity use across 500 facilities, monitoring 55% of municipal peak load. The program now also includes monitoring of gas and steam usage. To help drive these programs, DCAS partnered with NuEnergen to develop data visualization tools, offer mobile access, and provide training opportunities. DCAS has also created a dedicated, in-house team with engineering and analytical expertise, undertaken proactive relationship management with facility operators, launched hands-on, peer-driven learning environments in partnership with the City University of New York’s Building Performance Lab, and offered staff recognition of outstanding efforts.Participants:Sergey Shabalin, DCASMartin Nolan, DCASElizabeth Taveras, DCASLaurie Duhan, BGE
30 minutes | 9 months ago
2020-06-04 APS and EnergyHub for APS DER Aggregations
Gain key insights from a 17th PLMA Award-winning initiative for Program Pacesetter.Arizona Public Service (APS) has implemented programs that reimagine the relationship between a utility and distributed energy resources (DERs) and that will be instrumental in its commitment to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050. APS uses EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS platform to dynamically manage a portfolio of grid-edge assets including thermostats, batteries, water heaters, and solar inverters for an array of grid services. APS leverages DERs for peak demand reduction, load shifting and renewables matching, solar management, and advanced load and capacity forecasting. Services are available year round, multiple times a day, unlike event-based calls for DR. They have implemented these programs with both bring-your-own and direct install models. APS has evolved from a DERMS early-adopter to a pioneer of a customer-centric approach to managing the grid.Speakers:Tom Hines, APSRenée Guillory, APSBen Bunker, EnergyHubBrett Feldman, Guidehouse Insights, PLMA Award Co-Chair
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