NSW, Australia: Smart meters, time-of-use prices could aid demand response

October 19, 2012 at 4:29 pm

In the southern hemisphere, summertime is approaching — so temperatures and peak energy demand soon will be soaring in Sydney and other parts of the Australian state of New South Wales. A new report from the NSW government’s Productivity Commission recommends several reforms that could help Australian utilities manage peak demand while rewarding consumers for aiding this effort…

Full post: Hot Australian summers? Government commission recommends smart meters, time-of-use prices

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Entry filed under: Australia, demand response, dynamic pricing, Government, pricing, Smart Meters, states, Utilities. Tags: .

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