Get a Load of This! Monthly Digest of Insights Shared by Your Peers in the Energy Central Load Management Group –September 22, 2022
- Sep 22, 2022 11:38 am GMT
Load management encompasses the critical strategies of ensuring that power supply and demand meet cleanly at a point that doesn’t stress the grid or cause financial stress on utilities or customers, an area that will be of increasing importance with each passing year. In this monthly digest, we cover the most talked about and newsworthy articles in this space that were published on Energy Central over the past four weeks. We invite you to ‘get a load of this!’ every month and track the load management sector.
How to Build an Intelligent Car Charging Logic with Loxone
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/cp/how-build-intelligent-car-charging-logic-loxone
When looking at the future landscape of load management practices, EV charging is one of the most obvious and powerful tools that utilities will have. So while the increased power load coming from the electrification of transportation is going to be one of the greatest challenges the power sector has ever faced, it can also bring forth one of the most intriguing and dynamic opportunities as well. This area is one that Energy Central Community is closely watching, so this post from Thomas Vogel is a great primer.
The KJ Show Episode 16: The Perils and Promises of Demand Response Programs
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/em/kj-show-episode-16-perils-and-promises-demand-response-programs
Have you caught Dr. Katherine Johnson’s weekly YouTube show on top energy topics that started earlier this Summer? If not, then this episode is a great one to start with for anyone interested in the load management practice, as she dives into the world of demand response programs and where they can go right and what can go wrong. This discussion she shares isn’t one you’re going to want to miss!
One of the things covered in Ursula von der Leyen’s annual EU State of the Union speech was the need for an EU-wide plan to introduce mandatory electricity savings
Last but not least, we take a peek at the situation in Europe where all summer and now heading into the winter the region has been facing fuel shortages and energy crisis. A key tool, of course, will then be to find ways to reduce energy use and to manage where and when the demand loads lay. Energy Central Expert Nick Meeten shares an interested post covering a recent speech given by the leader of the EU Energy Commission that sets the stage for what sort of asks are going to be coming of European energy customers in the coming months.
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