IEEE Power & Energy Magazine - May/June 2016 - 102
adaptive, power-energy rescheduler"
(FAPER) patent details a device that
turns an appliance off if the frequency
or the voltage is too low. Will TE include such devices through contracts?
DSM was very successf ully ap plied for frequency control (AGC) in
Florida and for load balancing using
thermal storage in New Brunswick.
Should these be included with TE?
"Demand Is Very Elastic!
Which Grid Is Best"
communication infrastructure to comply with SPUC orders to implement or
to test DSM. Is this TE?
Will deferred capacity, already
committed, be economically justified under new rate regulations? What
will the new tariffs be after abandonment of present capital expenditures?
Can such tariff increases be afforded
by the customers in today's economic
(March/April 2011, pp. 14-20)
DSM has been on the agendas of many
SPUCs. Many utilities bought meters
and control devices with the large
Proper price signals depend on all
expenses rolled in from all resource
as well as financial markets over the
product expected lifetime. The market
price should be an "expected average"
price subject to Porter's five forces.
Most consumers want increased energy commodities in the future, especially electric energy. The need for more
electric energy is very clear. The primary question is if the present industrial structure is the best for the future.
If not, what structure is and what is the
cost to get there?
In my view, government should
regulate under a uniform commercial
code with rules within a given time
line. Offering tidbits to offset the megatons of future profits cannot change
corporate directions, objectives, or
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