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How Advancements in Demand Response Technologies Can Benefit Public Power Utilities

Wednesday May 24, 2017 Presented by Energy Central
Virtual Event

In this webinar, the presenters will discuss how the latest technologies can help public power utilities: Manage the peak with greater precision; Strengthen member and customer engagement; Add bring your own device (BYOD); Coordinate distributed energy resources; Prevent against cyber attacks.

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Event Information

Location: Virtual Event,
Venue: Your Office
Event Price: 0.00 (US)

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Energy Central
Contact Name: Energy Central
Phone: 3037825510
 

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Electric cooperative and municipal utilities were early adopters of demand response programs as they provided a valuable mechanism to drive down energy costs for their members and customers. However, due to cost constraints, some public power utilities still use legacy technology and have yet to migrate to the latest solutions. Over the last few years, there have been industry and technology developments that make upgrading a program increasingly valuable.

Two-way communicating devices bring a multitude of benefits to a demand response program such as more precise control events and awareness into device availability and performance. Customers now have increased expectations of their utilities when it comes to digital tools to manage their interactions as well as energy use. These same customers are building the foundation of a connected home by installing Wi-Fi thermostats and adding distributed energy resources to their premise. Finally, there is an increased focus on cybersecurity.

In this ON-DEMAND webinar, the presenters will discuss how the latest technologies can help public power utilities:

· Manage the peak with greater precision
· Strengthen member and customer engagement
· Add bring your own device (BYOD)
· Coordinate distributed energy resources
· Prevent against cyber attacks

Speakers
* Cody Chambers, Director, Technical Sales, Comverge
* Steve Gore, Director, Architecture, Comverge

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