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Electric Utility Demand Side Programs and Integrated Resource Planning, Visits to Ten Utilities

Eric Hirst

Electric Utility Demand Side Programs and Integrated Resource Planning, Visits to Ten Utilities

by Eric Hirst

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Published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory .
Written in English


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StatementHirst, Eric.
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. $0.00 C.1.
Number of Pages51
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Open LibraryOL17585082M

For the purposes of this report, “utility” refers to any entity that engages in long-term supply- and demand-side planning to serve the load requirements of its customers. This typically applies to vertically-integrated utilities, which may include investor-owned utilities (IOUs), municipal utilities, and electric cooperatives.   Deep Dive How utility pilot programs are driving renewable energy integration SCE and APS want to use electric vehicles, water heaters and demand response to help add more wind and solar to .

Programs which address demand issues of an energy utility are referred to as Demand-Side Management (DSM) and are extremely rigorous in scope. Electric utilities have pursued many different DSM policies and strategies during the past decade. TITLE 17 PUBLIC UTILITIES AND UTILITY SERVICES CHAPTER 7 ENERGY CONSERVATION PART 3 INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLANS FOR ELECTRIC UTILITIES ISSUING AGENCY: New Mexico Public Regulation Commission. [ NMAC - N, 4/16/] SCOPE: This rule applies to all electric utilities subject to the commission’s jurisdiction over.

Utilities, however, are beginning to consider alternative approaches to dealing with transmission and distribution capacity constraints, such as using photovoltaic and other distributed generation technologies or reducing demand through targeted demand side management programs (Ref. 9). These investments can reduce a utility’s variable costs. Cost Planning, which morphed into Integrated Resource Planning • The concept of Demand-Side Management (DSM) emerged alongside IRP to provide a framework for identifying resources on the demand side of the meter • DSM may include energy efficiency (EE), load management/demand response (DR), plus rate designs that encourage either or both.


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Electric Utility Demand Side Programs and Integrated Resource Planning, Visits to Ten Utilities by Eric Hirst Download PDF EPUB FB2

Est Practices in Electric Utility Integrated Resource Planning A n integrated resource plan is a utility plan for meeting forecasted annual peak and energy demand, plus some established reserve margin, through a combination of supply-side and demand-side resources over Electric Utility Demand Side Programs and Integrated Resource Planning specified future Size: KB.

The Lab also maintains the Resource Planning Portal, a database of information from recent utility resource plans. Drawing on its ongoing analytical work, Electricity Markets & Policy (EMP) provides technical and policy expertise to inform electric system planning processes at.

of utility integrated resource plans, resource planning for gas utilities, and greater efforts bytheDoS. DepartmentofEnergy toencourageintegrated resource planning. INTRODUCTION Integrated resource planning (IRP) helps utilities and state regulatory commissions consistently assess a variety ofdemand and supply resources toFile Size: KB.

Electric Utility Demand Side Management - Archive Background Demand-side management (DSM) programs consist of the planning, implementing, and monitoring activities of electric utilities which are designed to encourage consumers to modify their level and pattern of electricity usage.

Utility Planning Approaches and Requirements Description Some public utility commissions require utilities to conduct portfolio management or integrated resource planning (IRP) to ensure the supply of least cost and stable electric service to customers over the long term.

Portfolio management refers to energy resource planning thatFile Size: KB. electric utility integrated resource plan (irp) demand-side resources thai energy regulatory commission, oerc, and utilities delegation boston, massachusetts romkaew broehm mariko geronimo j presented to presented by.

Integrated resource planning (IRP) is a used by manyprocess vertically-integrated U.S. electric utilities to determine leastcost/risk supply and demand- side resources that meet- government policy objectives andfuture obligations to customers and, in many cases, shareholders.

ForecastsFile Size: 1MB. Integrated resource planning differs from traditional utility planning practices primarily in its increased attention to demand-side management (DSM) programs and its integration of supply- and demand-side resources into a combined resource portfolio.

This report details the findings from an Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) survey of 24 electric utilities that have well-developed Cited by: Electric Integrated Resource Plan: Pathway and Portfolio Options Energy Planning FAQ.

Phase 1 and 2 Summary. Energy Planning Public Workshop Phase 1 (Aug. 28, ) Energy Planning Public Workshop Phase 2 (Jan. 29, ) Demand Side Management Potential Study. Electric Integrated Resource Plan. Natural Gas Integrated Resource Plan. The book is an excellent reference on how electric utility resource planning is conducted, and discusses all the factors involved in making planning decisions.

The book will serve as an excellent reference to policy makers, regulators, utility executives and electric utility resource planners for years to come/5(5).

Chapter 3 Demand-Side Resources Current Situation Utilities in many states have been implementing energy efficiency and load management programs (collectively called demand-side resources), some for more than two decades. According to one source, U.S. electric utilities spent $ billion on.

It summarizes three recent utility IRPs, in an effort to determine both best practices in integrated resource planning and ways in which utilities can improve their planning processes and outcomes. The paper then presents a series of recommendations, developed from these examples, for integrated resource planning and its resulting plans.

21st Century Electric Utilities: Integrated Resource Planning and Beyond Mary R. English, Ph.D. Conceived three decades ago, just as the world of electric utilities was about to change radically, integrated resource planning is more essential than ever.

It undergirds rational energy resource decisions for the coming Size: 4MB. Keywords: Demand-side management; Electric utilities; Gas utilities Integrated resource planning (IRP) helps utilities and state regulatory commissions to assess consis tently a variety of demand and supply resources in order to cost-effectively meet customer energy service needs.

Key characteristics of File Size: KB. Resources on-Demand Training. Resources on-Demand continues to grow as new functionality is built with every new client.

The Resources on-Demand team provided virtual and onsite training for effective use of new functionality. Training Programs. Utility Industry Reports. Utilities and the Incident Command System- Survey Report CRPs are attractive to private producers because Integrated resource planning: electric and gas utilities in the USA the purchasing utility offers long-term contracts, which are needed to get financing on attractive terms.

For the utility, competitive acquisition allows it to ration contracts for non-utility resources in an efficient by: 6. Planning is integral to everything we do. It is especially important in determining how we meet the future energy needs of our customers.

At the core of this work is our Electric and Natural Gas Integrated Resource Plans (IRPs) that support our Energy Vision and its strategic pillars – Economic, Environment, Resiliency and Innovation. Our energy IRPs are a roadmap to meet forecasted energy.

The state Public Service Commission has accepted the Integrated Resource Plan from Mon Power and Potomac Edison that predicts a shortfall in their generating capacity starting this year and growing steadily through As outlined in the plan, parent company FirstEnergy is exploring several options: Buying an existing plant, switching some current plants from all coal to percent co-fired.

One opportunity for empirical analysis is provided by the past energy efficiency subsidies, called demand-side management programs, offered by electric utilities in North America over several decades.

An Introduction to Integrated Resources Planning. By: these better outcomes involve considerably higher investment in energy efficiency and demand-side management than utilities would deploy without an IRP process. The new International Rivers guide to Integrated Resource Planning introduces the IRP concept, contrasts it with conventional.

After careful consideration, including weighing what’s best for our customers, we agreed to a deal in which ARCOS® LLC has acquired the utility division Macrosoft including: Resources on-Demand.

Columbus, Ohio-based ARCOS is the North American leader in crew callout and resource management SaaS software solutions for the utility industry.Utilities develop resource plans to assess their individual load and resource situations.

This report aggregates the individual reports in order to provide an assessment at the statewide level of whether utilities are planning for adequate supplies, and what resources are expected to meet any growth in electric power demand.Electric and Water Utility Integrated Planning 4 challenge.

To achieve sustainability, water and electric utilities will have to collaborate with one another to ensure sufficient supplies of water and electricity for their consumers.

Current challenges to electric and water utility integrated planning include