demand-side


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demand′-side`



adj.
of or pertaining to an economic policy that stimulates consumer demand to increase production and employment. Compare supply-side.
[1975–80]
demand′-sid`er, n.
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12 July 2017 - US-based demand-side energy management company CPower has acquired US-based energy efficiency measurement and verification services provider eCap Network, the company said.
Adobe today announced that Adobe Advertising Cloud has been recognized as a leader in The Forrester Wave: Omnichannel Demand-Side Platforms, Q2 2017 report.
Having a career that started in marketing (a demand-side function), I always felt the most important silos to bridge were between supply chain on one side and sales and marketing and finance on the other side.
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The Chinese economy's major demand-side driver, real-estate investment, is declining more rapidly than the alternative source of demand, domestic consumption, is rising.
Simultaneous to the full mandate of retail competition and open access (RCOA) kicking off next year, the operator of the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) is also exploring the possibility of finally introducing demand-side bidding in the market.
The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy's Demand-Side Executive Committee has been formed in line with the Green Economy for Sustainable Development initiative, launched by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Supply-side problems and demand-side barriers are considered responsible for low utilisation of maternal health services in Bangladesh, which contributes to high maternal and neonatal mortality.
In its paper, SEDC goes on to argue that there is urgency in supporting demand-side programs.
Demand-side management entails more than simply demanding less energy; a combination of strategies can be used to adjust your facility's demand by taking a closer look at equipment, current usage, and availability.
Demand-side effects The demand-side effects include the change in the behaviour of consumers and businesses in reaction to the pandemic.
Dixon will be responsible for developing and delivering energy-based performance contracts and demand-side energy solutions for government, institutional, commercial and industrial clients.

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