U.S. Department of Energy, Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Demand Response, Smart Grid, dynamic pricing, DR, DOE - LBL, building, Auto-DR, EMCS, customers, automation-based communications infrastructure, electronic, internet-based price, reliability signals, facility energy management control systems, automated process control systems, pre-programmed energy management, curtailment strategies, conventional interruptible, demand bid options
This paper is about Auto-DR, which is an automation-based communications infrastructure that provides Demand Response (DR) program participants electronic, internet-based price and reliability signals that are linked to the facility energy management control systems (EMCS) or related building and automated process control systems.
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