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Integrating demand-side management programs into the resource plans of U.S. electric utilities
Lawrence J. Hill
|Statement||Lawrence J. Hill, Eric Hirst, Martin Schweitzer.|
|Series||Oak Ridge National Laboratory -- 311., ORNL (Series) -- 311.|
|Contributions||Hirst, Eric., Schweitzer, Martin, 1949-, Electric Power Research Institute. Consumer Systems Division., United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Conservation and Renewable Energy., Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Energy Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
managing their Commission-approved Demand-side Management (DSM) plans and programs as required in Chapter , Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The Act requires utilities to - pursue reduced peak electric demand and energy consumption. national “smart grid” movement that seeks to integrate modern technology into the existing electric power grid to improve its reliability, quality and efficiency. A sig-nificant part of this is enhancing the ability of various components of the electric grid to communicate wire-lessly to the utility and/or to the customer.
demand-side management programs under way throughout our service area. We expect to include full-scale implementation plans in our annual resource plan filing with the North Carolina Utilities Commission in September. These programs will be available to all Progress Energy Carolinas customers, regardless of location. residential programs. Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency Programs in Kentucky Presentation to the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission Frankfort, Kentucky May Aaron Greenwell, Assistant Director, Financial Analysis Division Jeff Shaw, Manager, Electric and Gas Revenue Requirements Branch Kentucky Public Service Commission.
The Electric Utility Retail Customer Supply Act of requires electricity providers to file year integrated resource plans that will address long-term supply contracts, including provisions for renewable energy and demand-side resources (26 Del. C. §). Additional integrated resource planning rules are under consideration. Demand Side Management (DSM) is a strategy that electric and natural gas utilities employ to decrease or defer demand for their energy services. The State Energy Office, a division of the South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff, is submitting this report pursuant to S.C. Code Ann § This report is intended to.
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Integrating demand-side management into utility planning Abstract: The authors review the role that customer-oriented demand-side management (DSM) can plan in utility planning, discuss its current state of application, provide a framework for incorporating uncertainty in DSM programs, and present ideas on how DSM programs can be implemented and by: Integrated resource planning differs from traditional utility planning practices primarily in its increased attention to demand-side management (DSM) programs and its integration of supply- and demand-side resources into a combined resource portfolio.
This paper describes the integration of demand-side management into the utility planning process and is based on a panel held at the Winter Power Meeting.
Discover the world's research Opinion How utility demand-side management strategies must evolve to address a dynamic resource mix The path to realizing an efficient and. Supply Plan also discusses the demand response (DR) and other demand-side resources that HQD expects to be able to deploy in each year to help meet this demand.
These resources reflect a maturing set of programs that retain significant growth potential, although the Supply Plan does not quantify some aspects of that Size: 1MB. Resource and Energy Economics 16 () ßt5. Tort.-I-Holland Effects of utility demand-side management s ® certain y* Eric Hirst Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN ;1, USA Received Mayfinal version received April Electric utilities face a variety of uncertainties that complicate their long-term resource planning.
Utilities in many states have been implementing energy efficiency and load management programs (collectively called demand-side resources), some for more than two decades. According to one source, U.S. electric utilities spent $ billion on DSM programs between andan average of. n integrated resource plan is a utility plan for meeting forecasted annual peak and energy demand, plus some established reserve margin, through a combination of supply-side and demand-side resources over a specified future period.
For utilities, integrated resource planning is often quite time- and resource-intensive. Its benefits are so great. California’s recently filed distributed resource plans may provide a sneak peek into the IRPs of the future.
On July 1st, California’s major investor owned utilities (which include Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric, Pacific Gas & Electric) filed plans intended to begin the process of moving the IOUs toward a 21st.
The cost-effectiveness of Integrated Demand Side Management (IDSM) – defined as any two or more of Energy Efficiency as a Resource (EE), Demand Response (DR), distributed generation (DG), and storage (ST) -- has been a challenging topic for decades, though IDSM now receives greater attention in California’s energy setting.
Demand-side management (DSM) programs consist of the planning, implementing, and monitoring activities of electric utilities which are designed to encourage consumers to modify their level and pattern of electricity usage. In the past, the primary objective of most DSM programs was to provide cost-effective energy and capacity resources to help defer the need for new sources of power, including.
The exper ience in the U.S. shows that utilities, when provided with appropriate incentives, can provide a powerful stimulus to energy efficienc y in the private sector. This paper describes the range and history of DSM programs offered by U.S. electric utilities, with a.
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This document was ﬁ nal as of December and incorporates minor modiﬁ cations to the original release. The Shift to Integrated Demand-side Management Programs. Udi Merhav, of EnergyOrbit, explains the new world of demand-side management, where utilities earn a rate of return on ‘degeneration.’.
As more and more renewable generation sources come online and energy programs like demand response proliferate in the US and abroad, a decades-long struggle is nearing a critical.
Abstract: Demand-side management (DSM) is the planning and implementation of those electric utility activities designed to influence customer uses of electricity in ways that will produce desired changes in the utility's load shape.
While the objective of any DSM activity is to produce a load-shape change, the art of successful implementation and the ultimate success of the program rests. Electric Power Systems Research, 8 (/85) - Demand-Side Management: Research Opportunities for Electric Utilities LAWRENCE J. HILL and ERIC HIRST Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN (U.S.A.) (Received August 4, ) SUMMARY Because of dramatic changes in electricity costs, prices, and consumption during the past decade, electric utilities.
Guidelines for Demand-Side Management Programs and Cost Recovery by Electric Utilities. IAC Definitions "integrated resource planning", or "plan" or "IRP" means a utility's assessment of a variety of Indiana Administrative Code Page 81 ELECTRIC UTILITIES demand-side and supply-side resources to cost-effectively meet customer.
programs (collectively called demand-side resources), some for more than two decades. According to one source, U.S. electric utilities spent $ billion on DSM programs between andan average of $ billion per year.1 Interest in these programs gradually grew in the s and early s, then went through a “hiccup” in the.
Table 3. U.S. Electric Utility Demand-Side Management Program Energy Savings by Program Category, and (Million Kilowatthours) Program Category Energy Efficie 52, Load Management U.S. To 53, Notes: Data are final.
Data are provided for electric utilities with sales to ultimate. Demand-side management or DSM refers to active efforts by electric and gas utilities to modify customers' energy use patterns.
The experience in the U.S. shows that utilities, when provided with appropriate incentives, can provide a powerful stimulus to energy efficiency in the private sector.
The integrated resource planning process results in a range of resource portfolios and a preferred plan submitted by each electric utility on a staggered three year cycle to the Commission.
The IRP assists the utility in its resource planning, making sure it has the necessary resources. InMontana enacted HBallowing electric utilities to implement cost-effective electricity demand-side management programs, pending approval from the public utilities commission.
Virginia enacted SB in that, among other provisions, directs utility regulators to consider new demand-management practices. Integration is the next step in demand side management: Here's how 3 utilities are pursuing it different demand-side resources into one portfolio and one project." nuances of the electric.