Domain: drrc.lbl.gov

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Keywords (46) Position
electric load 16
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demand response 12
the internet community 20
load shape 8
dr tools 7
drrc 2
response resources 10
report on cement 12
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Understanding Customer Behavior to Improve Demand Response ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Jan 19, 2007 ... Understanding Customer Behavior to Improve ... research that will advance the scientific understanding of customer behavior related to ...
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Understanding Customer Behavior to Improve Demand Response ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Jan 19, 2007 ... Understanding Customer Behavior to Improve ... research that will advance the scientific understanding of customer behavior related to ...
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National Town Meeting and Symposium on Demand Response | Demand ...
Jun 27, 2006 ... Demand Response in California: Successes and Challenges (75 KB, 13 pp) .... Ron Darnell, Xcel; Anthony Star, Chicago Energy Cooperative ...
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Automated Demand Response Publications | Demand Response Research ...
Installation and Commissioning Automated Demand Response Systems ... Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Conference on Enhanced Building ...
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Demand Response Research Center
California needs a real-time demand-side infrastructure to respond to supply-side problems. This Demand Response (DR) infrastructure must be compatible with ...
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Demand Response Research Center
California needs a real-time demand-side infrastructure to respond to supply-side problems. This Demand Response (DR) infrastructure must be compatible with ...
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Peak Demand Reduction from Pre-Cooling with a Zone Temperature ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Some achieved a high peak demand reduction, ..... peak demand reduction and discomfort risk for different building and HVAC system types in ...
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Demand Response Research Center
This Demand Response (DR) infrastructure must be compatible with requirements of ... The PIER Demand Response Research Center will plan and conduct ...
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A Utility’s Vision for Embedded Appliance Controls
Vision for the End State. Portland General Electric’s Vision is for Market Transformation: DR and other Distributed Generation will reach critical mass. ...
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Automated Critical Peak Pricing Field Tests: 2006 Pilot Program ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Fremont Unified School District: Gene Wheatley, Rigo Perez and Carlos. Carrillo. • Gilead Science: Eric Giles and Bob Nungester ...
 
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