Posts Tagged ‘distribution’

Demand Response

February 20, 2014

clean air If you own a building with an emergency generator, here are some of the benefits you’ll get by joining our demand response program:

1. You will earn revenue while helping take stress away from the Con Edison electrical grid.

2. You will increase your energy efficiency through our innovative software tied to your electrical meter.

3. You will get the benefit of our experienced energy engineers to fine-tune your building systems and curtailment plan.

4. There are no out-of-pocket costs for joining our demand response program. You will receive quarterly payments for participation.

Please contact for details tailored to your building. By joining the program you will be helping take old, low-efficiency, coal-fired generation off-line during periods of high electrical demand.

Distribution Relief Program Tariff Proposed Changes

February 11, 2014

There are substantive changes currently before the NYS PSC. Please contact us for aggregation inquiries in Con Ed territory.

Energy Links

February 9, 2011

* The diagram shows Maui Electric Local Value Map for the island of Maui. The utility allows DG interconnection for all areas except for those in shown in red; areas in red indicate local DG interconnection is currently at 15% of anticipated peak load, which obviates the utility’s need to buy back power on those streets.

* IEA projects that in 2011 world oil demand should reach 89.3 million barrels a day, representing an increase of 1.5 million barrels a day year-on-year. This figure reflects yesterday’s 120,000 bbl/day upward adjustment.

* Matthew Simmons got it right on the oil kingdom. According to Wikileaks, Saudi diplomats have admitted to US diplomats that the Saudis are overstating their oil reserves by 40%.