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The Official guide to demand side management programs & research

The Official guide to demand side management programs & research

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Published by The Institute in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric utilities -- Energy conservation -- Directories,
  • Energy conservation -- Research -- Directories

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOfficial guide to demand side management programs and research.
    StatementUtility Data Institute.
    GenreDirectories.
    ContributionsUtility Data Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various paging) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21700897M
    ISBN 101567600042
    OCLC/WorldCa27191856

      – The purpose of this paper is to examine potential demand side management (DSM) programs in terms of their impacts to the overall economy in Thailand., – A multi‐sector computable general equilibrium (CGE) model of Thailand has been developed to accomplish the objectives of this study. The potential DSM program considered refers to replacement of less efficient electrical .   Between and , U.S. electric utilities spent $ billion on demand-side management (DSM) programs aimed at encouraging their customers to make investments in energy efficiency. This study relies on panel data on utilities spanning 11 years to estimate the effect of DSM expenditures on retail electricity sales.

      The term ‘demand-side management’ (DSM) was first coined by Clark Gellings (Electric Power Research Institute, USA) in , which was historically known as load management: “DSM activities are those which involve actions on the demand (i.e. customer) side of the electric metre, either directly or indirectly stimulated by the utility. World Bank, "Primer on Demand-Side Management: With an Emphasis on Price-Responsive Programs," World Bank Other Operational Studies , The World : RePEc:wbk:wboper

    DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS: A TECHNICAL REVIEW Narayan S. Rau, Ph.D., Research Scientist Kenneth Rose, Ph.D. Senior Institute Economist Kenneth W. Costello Associate Director Youssef Hegazy Graduate Research Associate THE NATIONAL REGULATORY RESEARCH INSTITUTE The Ohio State University Carmack Road. Industrial Demand-Side Management Programs: What's Happened, What Works, What's Needed March 1, Experience with over 70 industrial sector DSM programs is examined in this report, including the experience of more than 30 for which detailed data on program costs, savings and participation rates could be obtained.


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@article{osti_, title = {Demand-side management: Concepts and methods}, author = {Gellings, C W and Chamberlin, J H}, abstractNote = {Demand-Side Management (DSM) represents a revolutionary approach to planning at electric utilities.

Essentially, it broadens the scope of planning to integrate the customer's needs and desires with the utility's goals. This book represents a complete guide to the planning and implementation of effective demand-side management (DSM) programs. The book provides guidelines for planning a DSM program designed for the power market of the s.

It also covers implementing strategies which allow the most productive use of both fuel resources and capital. Demand-side management is applicable in numerous parts of the electric load, preferably industrial processes, but also applications in the commercial and services sector and households.

The potential of this strategy is indicated in Figure per economic sector and divided into the maximum power that is flexible and the energy for load shifting. In the industry sector mainly applications in. Demand Side Management (DSM), first referred in the US in the late s, is based on the purpose of the planning, implementation and monitoring, of the activities of electric utilities to.

Nations Development Program and the Energy Sector Management Assis-tance Program (ESMAP), was providing support to South Africa’s Long-term Mitigation scenario (LTMS) (Box 1). The power crisis further emphasized the urgency for near-term, practical assistance to implement the LTMS, for energy efficiency/demand side management (EE/DSM) measures.

Demand Response is increasingly viewed as an important tool for use by the electric utility industry in meeting the growing demand for electricity.

Demand Response is a subset of the broader category of end-use customer energy solutions known as Demand-Side Management (DSM). In addition to Demand Response, DSM includes energy efficiency programs.

Demand Side Management. What is Demand-side Management (DSM). DSM refers to initiatives and technologies that encourage consumers to optimise their energy use. The benefits from DSM are potentially two-fold; first, consumers can reduce their electricity bills by adjusting the timing and amount of.

Demand side management (DSM) activities in the electric power industry. The report presents a general discussion of DSM, its history, current issues, and a review of key statistics for the year. Also present are discussions and more detailed data on energy savings, peak load reductions and costs attributable to.

This chapter defines demand-side management, describes the role demand-side management plays in integrated resource planning, discusses the main elements of demand-side management programs. We also extend our thanks to our DSM evaluation colleagues and regulatory commission staff who gave so generously of their time and experience for our surveys.

REFERENCES 1. Utility Data Institute, "Official Guide to Demand-Side Management Programs and Research," Utility Data Institute, Washington, DC (). Demand-Side Management (DSM) represents a revolutionary approach to planning at electric utilities.

Essentially, it broadens the scope of planning to integrate the customer's needs and desires. USING DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT TO SELECT ENERGY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES AND PROGRAMS Gellings C.W. Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, Ca lifornia USA Keywords: demand-side management, energy efficiency, conservation, load management, market transformation Contents 1.

Introduction 2. Demand-Side Management What Is Real What is. @article{osti_, title = {Demand-side management glossary. Final report}, author = {Isaksen, L and Ignelzi, P C}, abstractNote = {Demand-side management (DSM) plays an increasingly important role in helping utilities meet capacity needs while addressing important customer service issues.

In implementing utility-specific programs, however, DSM professionals have created an entire. Sincethe Commission has sought to work with the utilities to provide their customers with efficient and sensible ways of making energy management decisions easier for their customers. Decision (D) directs that utilities " Integrate customer demand-side programs, such as energy efficiency, self-generation, advanced metering, and demand response, in a coherent and efficient.

experiences from various research and demonstration projects is also considered desirable to support the development of smart grid and demand response. Keywords: smart grid, demand side management, electricity market, business models.

Demand Side Management: Characteristics of a Successful Self-Care Program Don R. Powell, Ph.D. The most important ingredient in a self-care program is the guide. This can be either a book or booklet, depending on how comprehensive you want the publication to be and your budget.

Research. Demand Side Management (DSM) programs encourage the end user to be more energy efficient. DSM measures can include lighting retrofits, building automation upgrades, re-commissioning, HVAC.

methods for demand side management and demand response. The effect of these methods on the consumer process can be seen graphically in the (Figure 1) below. The “process” can be defined as a manufacturing process, pump power or even the well-being of the consumer.

These 4 different methods are discussed in detail in the following sections. Principles and Practice of Demand-Side Management, TR, pp. Palo Alto, CA: EPRI. [This report provides an overview of the demand-side management (DSM) process.

It is a guide for the DSM practitioner through the different steps involved in the process, and it provides an introduction to the vast and growing literature on the subject.]. Udi Merhav, of EnergyOrbit, explains the new world of demand-side management, where utilities earn a rate of return on ‘degeneration.’ As more and more renewable generation sources come online and energy programs like demand response proliferate in the US and abroad, a decades-long struggle is nearing a critical tipping point.

FOR DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT ANNEX V INVESTIGATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY IN THE MARKETPLACE REPORT 6 Techniques for Implementation of Demand Side Management Technology in the Marketplace: Final Report Operating Agent: FUERZAS ELÉCTRICAS DE CATALUÑA S.A.

(FECSA). New book will be a primer on DSM solutions. by Penni McLean-Conner. Energy seems to be on everyone’s mind these days, from my neighbor down the street who just completed a home energy audit, to the newly formed town energy committee—and regulators, legislators, demand side management program administrators and energy service companies.Chapter 3 Demand-Side Resources Current Situation Utilities in many states have been implementing energy efficiency and load management programs (collectively called demand-side resources), some for more than two decades.

According to one source, U.S. electric utilities spent $ billion on DSM programs.