EnerNOC - Cleantech Kingpins

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  • 1. Introduction to Demand Response
    Brendan Endicott, Senior Manager of Energy Markets at EnerNOC, Inc.
  • 2. Introduction to Demand Response
    Q: What is Demand Response?
  • 3. Introduction to Demand Response
    Q: What is Demand Response?A: Demand Response, or DR, is the ability of end-users (commercial, industrial, institutional, residential, etc.) to reduce electricity demand in response to system contingencies or high prices.
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    Approximately 10% of available generation is used to serve the top 1% of hours.
    Winter
    Spring
    Summer
    Fall
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    End-users respond by curtailing non-critical loads or, if permitted, transferring load to emergency backup generators.
    Event End
    Notification
    Event Start
    Meter Demand
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    When aggregated together, DR resources provide significant reductions that help maintain grid reliability.
    ISO-NE Forecasted and Actual System Demand – 6/24/2010
    Source: http://www.cvx.com/
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    What are the benefits of DR vs. traditional generation?
    Pinpoint location—no transmission constraints
    Lower cost and shorter time to commercial operation
    Environmental benefits of load curtailment
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    Why do end-users participate in DR programs?
    Payments (capacity, availability, energy)
    Reduced energy costs
    Wholesale electricity price transparency
    Goodwill in community
  • 9. Questions?