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EFX15 VIDEO: Energy Efficiency and Responsive Asset Engagement – Not Just Demand Response Anymore

Created 4/29/2015 by Ben Fowler
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This is a video recording from the 2015 Efficiency Exchange conference held in Portland, OR at the Oregon Convention Center April 21-23. 

Conrad Eustis, Portland General Electric
Thomas Phillips, Honeywell
Anne Wagner, Pacific Northwest National Labs

Stephanie Vasquez, Bonneville Power Administration

Controllable thermostats, variable frequency drive HVAC and process equipment, dimmable lighting and other new technology may be leveraged for dynamic energy efficiency. When aggregated as responsive assets, these devices may support real-time power needs as well as energy efficiency goals in parallel. Often considered the domain of demand response, certain classes of responsive assets blur the lines between EE and DR. This session invites speakers to explore the dynamics these devices bring to the system, consider control paradigms and offer insight for new program designs and collaboration between EE and DR facilitators.

Planned takeaways:
a. Exploring the benefits of these types of EE programs
b. Understanding the maturity level of these kinds of EE technologies and their relationship with demand response
c. Insight into current business models and industry best practices

Energy Efficiency and Responsive Asset Engagement – Not Just Demand Response Anymore from NEEA on Vimeo.

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