Demand response can cut wholesale power costs: here’s how

July 23, 2012 at 5:24 pm

In the late 1990s U.S. energy regulators began to recognize how the demand side affects wholesale power markets by effectively creating new power resources at far lower costs than building either traditional or renewable generation. Following several years of development, demand response has now started transforming wholesale markets — and reducing costs for ratepayers…

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