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From direct load control to flexible grid management: The evolution of demand response
Clare Valentine, Amy Schmidt | March 17, 2021
Utility demand response is moving from traditional one-way direct load control programs to flexible, dynamic approaches that meet grid needs, maintain high customer satisfaction, and support increased adoption of renewables. We’ve identified five trends that are leading this transition.
The top-of-mind topics for demand-side management leaders
Gabe Cuadra | February 13, 2020
In this e-book, we summarize the challenges and solutions that demand-side management (DSM) leaders discussed at the fall 2019 DSM Executive Council.
SCE’s three C’s of smart thermostat program success
Courtney Welch | April 11, 2018
In this video, David Kaintz, Southern California Edison’s senior manager of new product development, describes how the utility built its Save Power Day Incentive Plus smart thermostat program with the customer and three C’s in mind: comfort, choice, and cost.
Residential Customers' Interest in Energy-Related Products and Services
Luke Currin | March 23, 2018
Utilities are diversifying their product offerings beyond electricity and gas to include behind-the-meter technologies, connected home devices, and efficient appliances. This infographic covers which product lines have the most opportunity and reveals customers' communication preferences.
5 technologies and trends that caught our attention in 2017
Essie Snell, Monali Mujumdar, Andrea Salazar | March 26, 2018
Each year, the E Source tech team compiles a list of the technologies and trends that made waves that year. For 2017, our list includes whole-home renewable energy systems, lighting's role in DSM portfolios, M&V 2.0, CTA-2045, and advanced controls for small and midsize businesses.