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ERCOT Files Report On Effectiveness, Benefits Of Emergency Response Service
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. (ERCOT) has filed with the Texas PUC a report on the effectiveness and benefits of the Emergency Respo...
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FERC Accepts Revised PJM Capacity Aggregation Rules
FERC approved a tariff filing by PJM to adopt revised resource aggregation rules which were described as enhancements to the aggregation offer mechani...
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FERC Posts Staff Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering
FERC has posted an annual Staff Assessment of Demand Response and Advanced Metering See the report here...
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CPower Announces Partnership With Storage Provider To Offer Integrated Curtailment, Storage
Demand response provider CPower announced a new partnership with energy storage provider Stem, Inc. to deliver a demand-side energy solution to custom...
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PJM Posts "Demand Response Strategy" Whitepaper, Addresses Compensation, Retail Contracts
PJM has issued a whitepaper entitled Demand Response Strategy (click here), outlining various issues with DR compensation in PJM's markets. In discus...
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Comverge To Be Acquired By Metering, Tech Company
Itron, Inc. announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Comverge by purchasing its parent company, Peak Holding Corp...
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NRG Offering California C&I Customers Various Peak Reduction Products, Deploying 60 MWs
NRG Energy launched new offers for commercial and industrial customers in Southern California to take advantage of more than 60 MWs of "Preferred...
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CPower Selected As Vendor For Utility Demand Response Program
CPower announced that it has been selected by National Grid to provide demand response services to help reduce up to 45 MW of energy use during peak h...
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Texas Staff File Language For Narrower ERS Rule Changes (Omits Use For Local Congestion)
Texas PUC Staff have filed a revised draft proposal for adoption for changes in the Emergency Response Service (ERS) rule, with the new language refle...
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FirstEnergy Pennsylvania Utilities Offer Demand Response Program for Business Customers
FirstEnergy Corp.'s Met-Ed, Penn Power and West Penn Power said that they are now offering commercial and industrial customers a demand response progr...
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Exelon EDCs Seek Interest From PJM Winter Capacity Resources To Aggregate With EDCs' Demand Response
Five Exelon utilities — Atlantic City Electric (“ACE”), Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (“BGE”), Commonwealth Edison (“ComEd”), Delmarva Power (“DP...
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PJM CEO Says RTO Will Seeks Changes To Allow For More Aggregation of DR, Winter Resources
In response to letters from Delaware Governor Jack Markell, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, and U.S. Senator Chris Coons expressing concern about the i...
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Pols Say PJM Capacity Performance Change Harming Demand Response, Increasing Costs
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and U.S. Senator Christopher Coons (Delaware) have written separately to the PJM Board expressing concern that the introduct...
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Texas Staff File Draft Proposed Changes To ERS Rule
Staff of the Public Utility Commission of Texas have filed draft language for two proposed changes to Emergency Response Service (ERS) sought by Commi...
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PJM Seeks To Change M&V for Demand Response, Customer Baseline Load
PJM has filed tariff changes at FERC to modify how Emergency Load Response Program participants under the Full Program Option are compensated for load...
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