Tagged with Demand management

Getting paid to reduce energy use

Getting paid to reduce energy use

Scott Waldman writes on the CapitalNewYork website about an interesting new program from the state of New York to promote energy savings.   Program will pay customers to reduce energy use The Public Service Commission has approved a program to pay utility customers to reduce their energy usage during periods of peak demand. The demand … Continue reading

New trial on wind-twinning tariffs

New trial on wind-twinning tariffs

Ben Webster writes in The Times about an important trial underway in London to adapt energy consumption according to when electricity is produced from wind power.   How to save money: set alarm, get up and do the ironing Getting up early just to boil the kettle or switch on the washing machine might seem … Continue reading