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Demand Flexibility as a Resource

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Energy is changing as we move from centralized generation to distributed clean energy. Energy efficiency also must change with the times. With the advent of AMI and advance M&V, we now have the ability to calculate the time and locational impact of EE and electrification so that it can function like a DER.

This webinar will include an overview of the current grid issues and needs, and how metered EE on a time and locational basis can be deployed to solve these issues. We will then explore some US case studies on how metered EE that is paid on performance is being used as a grid resource, and to encourage market innovation and finance of this infrastructure investment.

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Demand Flexibility as a Resource

  1. 1. Flexible Demand as a Resource Efficiency, Demand Response, and Electrification Matt Golden, CEO OpenEE mattgolden@openee.io
  2. 2. • Standard Calculation Methods for Energy Efficiency and Electrification • Monthly, Daily, and Hourly • Public 60 Stakeholders Empirical Process • www.CalTRACK.org • Python CalTRACK Engine • Open Source Apache 2.0 • Available Without Restriction • How It Works: https://goo.gl/mhny2s • Code Repo: https://goo.gl/qFdW4P
  3. 3. • Standard Calculation Methods for Energy Efficiency and Electrification • Monthly, Daily, and Hourly • Public 60 Stakeholders Empirical Process • www.CalTRACK.org • Python CalTRACK Engine • Open Source Apache 2.0 • Available Without Restriction • How It Works: https://goo.gl/mhny2s • Code Repo: https://goo.gl/qFdW4P OpenEE Enterprise Platform RecurveOS • Program and Procurement System • Tracking, Targeting, and Analytics OpenEE Platform • “OpenEEmeter inside” SaaS • Data Pipeline (ETL) • Encryption and Security
  4. 4. The Big Bad Duck Four Years Ahead of CAISO Projections
  5. 5. Lots of Renewables But No Place To Put Them
  6. 6. Non-Wires Alternatives To T&D Investments Nontraditional measure aimed at deferring, mitigating or eliminating the need for traditional utility transmission and distribution investments.
  7. 7. Oakland Clean Energy Initiative Dynegy 165 MW Peak Gas Turbine
  8. 8. Oakland Clean Energy Initiative
  9. 9. Electrification to Decarbonize and Build Load Declining Electric Loads Incremental Electricity Sales due to Electrification of Heating and Transportation
  10. 10. What Is the Problem We Need to Solve?
  11. 11. Fitting Flexible Demand into Distributed Energy Resource Markets Demand Response Electric Vehicles Wind Energy Grid Optimization Solar Power Storage
  12. 12. Monthly Efficiency Doesn’t Fix Time and Locational Problems. We Need to Flex Demand.
  13. 13. Track Efficiency Impacts in Real-Time
  14. 14. Calculating Real Avoided Costs
  15. 15. Calculating Real Carbon Reductions
  16. 16. RESOURCE CURVE Time And Locational Savings Duck Curve Resource Curve
  17. 17. Case Study: PG&E Residential P4P
  18. 18. Sending the Right Price Signal • Savings Purchase Agreement (SPA) • 3x Kicker for summer savings from 4pm to 8pm • Payments based on CalTRACK / OpenEEmeter
  19. 19. Align Incentives with Pay-for-Performance Business Models Grid Resource Resource Curve Savings Comfort Health AGGREGATORS Services and Products Consumer Finance Project Finance Sales and Marketing Contractor Management
  20. 20. Project Finance: The long-term financing of projects based upon projected cash flows rather than the balance sheets of its sponsors.
  21. 21. Performance Risk is Manageable in Portfolios
  22. 22. Roadmap To Flexible Demand Markets EE Procurement Resource Curve Market P4P with Aggregators Programmatic P4P EEMeter Your Savings
  23. 23. Project Finance Market Aggregators Efficiency Procurement Performance Insurance Actuarial Data Metered Savings The Utility of The Future is the Platform EEMeter Resource Curve Pay for Performance Demand Capacity Procurement Matt Golden, CEO mattgolden@openee.io

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