Demand response programs are designed primarily to shift or curtail load for a short period of time; they are primarily of two types: price-based response (voluntary) and incentive-based demand response (contractually mandatory).
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/21/2016 -- Demand response refers to the change in electricity usage by an end-user in response to signals from the grid operators or utilities. The end-user's participation in a program of this nature is a response to factors such as: greater awareness, an increased sense of responsibility, incentive pricing and new tariff schemes. Demand response programs are designed primarily to shift or curtail load for a short period of time; they are primarily of two types: price-based response (voluntary) and incentive-based demand response (contractually mandatory).
Price-based demand response is change in electricity usage by end-users in response to the price signals. Price-based demand response includes: critical-peak pricing (CTP), real-time pricing (RTP), and time-of-use (TOU) rates. Incentive-based demand response programs are established by grid operators, utilities, or load-serving entities. The participating customers are paid to reduce their power consumption as requested by the market participants. Incentive-based demand response programs includes: ancillary service market programs, capacity market programs, emergency demand response programs, demand bidding/buyback programs, direct load control, and interruptible/curtailable services.
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