Demand-Side Management Influence on Reliability NERC Demand-Side Management Task Force (DSMTF) Rick Voytas, Chair November 2007 Presented To The U.S. Demand Response Coordinating Committeee National Town Hall Meeting Washington, D.C. June 3, 2008. DSMTF Initial Charter.
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Demand-Side ManagementInfluence on ReliabilityNERCDemand-Side Management Task Force (DSMTF)Rick Voytas, Chair November 2007Presented To The U.S. Demand Response Coordinating CommitteeeNational Town Hall MeetingWashington, D.C.June 3, 2008
Demand Side Management (DSM)
Critical Peak Pricing
Demand Bidding & Buyback
Direct Load Control
Real Time Pricing
NERC Currently Collects Data
System Peak Response Transmission Tariff
Critical Peak Pricing w/Control
Phase 2 Areas of Interest
Load as a Capacity Resource
Phase 1 Areas of Interest
Capacity Equivalence is the true capacity value of a program (DSM, DR, wind, hydro, etc)
Bottom line: 1 MW of DSM ≠ 1 MW of Gas ≠ 1 MW of Coal Generation
The calculation of the amount of reserve MW at time of system peak may not provide an indication of the capacity, or load relief, that will be available throughout the entire year to meet customer requirements.
Example using a DSM program that relies on AC reduction: