• DER Strategies
  • Energy as a Service
  • AI and Advanced Analytics

Monetizing Distributed Energy Resources through Demand Response Markets

Using DR to Create DER Value in Deregulated Markets

Dec 11, 2018 - 2:00 PM EST
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Demand response (DR) has participated in wholesale electricity markets for close to 2 decades. Today, market trends are pushing DR to become a more operational-based resource. Intermittent renewable resources like solar and wind that require more flexible and fast-responding services are replacing the large centralized coal and nuclear plants that are retiring. DR can provide those services, but this trend opens the market to other types of distributed energy resources (DER) that can also respond in a flexible and quick manner.

Customers often use DER such as storage, distributed generation, and EVs to meet internal energy and transportation needs without considering how to coordinate resources or determine the kind of value they can provide back to the grid. This webinar will explain the benefits that DER can earn by participating in DR markets and provide case studies of successful DER market integration with CPower and Scale Microgrid Solutions.
  • DER aggregation models
  • Wholesale market rules for DER
  • Solutions for customers to maximize their DER value
  • What is integrated distributed energy resources (iDER) aggregation?
  • What  are the most important considerations when developing iDER projects that include demand response (DR) participation?
  • What are the benefits of DER aggregation?
  • What market rules do wholesale market operators have for DER?
  • How do customers enroll their DER in a DR program?
  • Commercial and industrial (C&I) customers
  • Distributed energy resources (DER) vendors  
  • Competitive retail energy suppliers
  • Wholesale and retail energy regulators