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ActewAGL release demand side engagement strategy report


ActewAGL have released the final copy of their 2013 demand side engagement strategy report. The report described the potential of demand side management and the opportunities that enable customers and non-network proponents to earn financial incentives for reducing their electricity demand. The report states that ActewAGL are considering a supply side solution, demand side solution or a combination of both. The report also lists a number of examples of schemes that may be applicable to residential, commercial and industrial situations such as:

  • Demand response programs
  • Power factor correction
  • Pool pump controls
  • Water heating load controls
  • Air conditioning controls
  • Automated feeder load sharing
  • Interruptible load controls and pricing
  • Critical load reduction controls and pricing
  • Tariff realignment

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Dan Lee
Dan has been 'The Facilitator of Customer Dialogue' at Global-Roam since 2013. Dan's focus at the company has been to assist the progress of communication to our broad client base by developing various online resources.

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