- May 25, 2023 11:53 am GMT
Welcome to the monthly digest that looks at shared insight from professionals dealing with different aspects of energy management, such as energy efficiency and load management. We pull some noteworthy articles from our large array of valuable industry content from the last month focused on these critical energy management topics. Feel free to check in here every month for these updates, but also make sure to check out the rest of the site to ensure you are not missing out on any valuable information. The comments section is also open to your feedback and questions as you keep the conversation going.
Winners of the 20th PLMA Awards for Innovations in Flexible Load Management Announced at the 47th PLMA Conference in Memphis, TN - CPS Energy Newsroom
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/pip/winners-20th-plma-awards-innovations-flexible-load-management-announced-47th-plma
For this piece, Justin Chamberlain, the Manager of Energy Efficiency & Demand Response, at CPS Energy, shares a link detailing our the response team for CPS energy won an award from the Peak Load Management Alliance for their “FlexEV Smart Rewards and the FlexEV Off Peak Rewards Programs”. The award recognizes energy companies who utilize innovation in order to deliver better services to customers.
We Need to Make Our "Dumb" Buildings Smarter
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/cp/we-need-make-our-dumb-buildings-smarter
For this post, Tony Paradiso, a Principal at E3, shares a video that goes in-depth about the issues that buildings are causing in terms of emissions, and what can be done to fix these issues. The video starts by noting that buildings account for one third of emissions. The video concedes that buildings cannot simply be demolished, so instead the video proposes solutions to alter existing buildings.
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/energy-gradualism
With this update, Dave Bryant, the Director of Technology for CTC Global, shares a link that proposes the best way to promote cleaner energy is to encourage consumers to make changes in energy, rather than mandating the companies make such changes. The article goes through how past mandates have failed, and cites statistics on how encouragement could work better.
Pairing Traditional Energy Assessments with the New Frontier of Demand Response
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/franklin-energy/pairing-traditional-energy-assessments-new-frontier-demand-response
With this article, Greg Wassel, an Innovation Product Manager for Franklin Energy, takes a look at “traditional” uses of auditing programs to respond to energy needs. The article argues that while times are changing, that new innovations can be paired with these traditional approaches to produce the most effective response to customers’ needs.
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