Demand Response: An Essential Element in all Markets

Gilbert, Joel
July 2003
Utility Automation;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p64
Focuses on the role of demand response (DR) in offering a viable non-construction transmission alternative. Stabilization of the forward valuation of capacity for DR; Use of free market fundamentals to acquire a portfolio of proven demand response; Vitality of using risk-pooling mechanism to the growth of demand response.


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