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Behavioral Demand Response Programs Group Discussion on March 26

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Join the PLMA Customer Engagement Interest Group Discussion on Behavioral Demand Response Programs with Scott Jarman, Austin Energy; Tom Hines, Arizona Public Service; Leigh Jarosinski, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company; and Julie Cain, CPS Energy on Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Eastern.  Join the Customer Engagement Interest group as we explore residential behavioral demand response techniques currently employed across various utilities. We’ll have Baltimore Gas and Electric speaking about their large scale Peak-Time Rebate program, Arizona Public Service giving us insights on their award-winning Smart Thermostat program, and CPS Energy highlighting their approach to Behavioral Demand Response serving 300,000 households.  Register for free at www.peakload.org/calendar

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PLMA provides a forum for practitioners from energy utilities, solution providers and trade allies to share dynamic load management expertise, including demand response (DR) and distributed energy resources (DER).

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