demand management


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demand management

n
(Economics) economics the regulation of total spending in an economy to required levels, attempted by a government esp in order to avoid unemployment or inflation: a measure advocated by Keynesian economists
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E[sz]We have built a large patent portfolio enabling us to dominate this segment of demand management and demand response," Chiste stated.
Customers who install energy-efficient technologies that improve the operational performance of buildings and reduce consumption during peak summer hours can take advantage of the Demand Management Program's increased incentives.
It said: "It is certain that examining how demand management might work to the advantage of businesses and individuals in our region will be challenging.
Demand management is about making energy usage more efficient.
An issue related to coordinated demand management is stable exchange rates.
REGEN has an extensive portfolio of valuable and pioneering patents, particularly in the area of demand management," said Pete Malcolm, president and CEO of REGEN.
We looked at different options and decided that energyOrbit's cloud-based solution would be best for helping us perform the important functions we need to do in our demand management programs," said Vicki Kuo, section manager for Customer Technology Solutions at Con Edison.
Bob is a welcome addition to ENBALA's board of directors, and his presence on the board gives us access to an important mind in the electricity demand management sector," said Ron Dizy, President and CEO, ENBALA Power Networks.
BPLG's Connected Energy Demand Management solution enables a broader set of utility use cases including operational emergency curtailment, ancillary services and peak load shifting in addition to traditional peak load reduction.
New Technology Expands Demand Management Beyond Peak Load Reduction