Ergon Energy have released their 2013/14 demand management plan. The report reviews Ergon’s existing programs which include all Non-Network Alternative (NNA) funded programs such as Energy Sense Communities, Residential Brownfield, Residential Pool Pump, Direct Load Control, Network Constraints projects, and Smart Network and Pricing Signals.
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Monday, May 26 2008
Dan Hunt, Director-General of the Department of Mines and Energy, and Terry Wall, Director-General of the Environmental Protection Agency have penned an open letter to Mike Buckley, General Manager of the Australian Energy Regulator commenting on the paper “Potential development…
Friday, May 20 2016
Last month, the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) published it’s review of the Demand Management Incentive Scheme (DMIS) reports submitted by a number of recipients for the 2014, 2013-14 and 2014-15 reporting periods. The Demand Management Incentive Scheme (DMIS) is a research…
Tuesday, October 1 2013
Giles Parkinson from Renew Economy posted this article yesterday which outlined suggestions from Ergon Energy that renewable and battery storage will be cheaper for domestic consumers than grid power.
Saturday, February 25 2012
A trial that went live today in Townsville represents the first demonstration of automated demand response in Australia. Today Greensync announced that it has deployed its cloud-based DR project with Ergon Energy as part of an 18 month automated demand…