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How demand response programs contribute to energy efficiency and environmental quality.
Technology advances despite a political conflict.
Can higher electricity prices be more affordable?
A regulatory model for resource parity between supply and demand.
Making efficiency programs work requires understanding real-world behavior.
- Yes, We Have No Negawatts
Yes, We Have No Negawatts
When you sell demand response back to the grid, how much capacity are you now not buying?
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Bruce W. Radford is publisher of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
each in effect acting as the other’s retail aggregator.