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Demand Response World Forum 2014
Utilities around the world are under
increasing pressure to maximize energy efficiency, control load, and
integrate distributed energy resources. These factors plus a changing
regulatory environment are driving new requirements for network
resiliency, flexibility, and power quality -- all of which impact the
traditional utility business case. For utilities to thrive in this
changing market, they must embrace greater network agility and work
with customers to maximize value for all stakeholders in the value
The Demand Response World Forum 2014, October 13-15 in Costa Mesa, CA, brings together professionals from around the world to explore the latest auto-DR technologies and strategies for meeting the changing energy landscape of the 21st Century. Technology innovators and business leaders will meet to discuss how to enable an integrated and flexible network that is responsive to a wide range of energy resources, marketplace entities, and customer energy demand and generation.
20% Off Early Bird Registration Currently Available - Register
Join your energy colleagues from around the world as we discuss:
• Recent Order 745 ruling and new EPA guidelines
• The future of active demand management
• Enabling the next-generation Virtual Power Plant (VPP) concept
• The emerging role of SaaS-based intermediaries as facilitators for DR
• Implementing OpenADR 2.0b: Case studies, lessons learned
• Automated demand response and EV charging
• The role of ADR in integrating intermittent renewable energy generation
• Strategies for improving demand response program performance
• DR-enabled thermostats for residential & commercial customers
• And much more!
Pre-Conference Workshop: Implementing Automated DR Programs
Facilitator: Jim Zuber, Chief Test Architect and Co-founder, QualityLogic
A new, open standard for communicating DR events and information between utilities and their customers opens a flexible, competitive landscape of vendors and equipment. But what is the best design for DR programs to take advantage of this new landscape or, alternatively, how can the new standard best be used to implement the planned programs?
This pre-conference Workshop on Monday, October 13 is for utilities, DR designers and program implementers who are planning to use OpenADR 2.0, arguably the most adopted of any open standard for Demand Response program messaging between utilities and their C&I customers. [view full details]
Early Bird discount rates for the Forum are good through September 12. Be sure to register today and reserve your spot in this important event for the global demand response industry.
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