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  1. Figure 2 Duck Sitting in the Water Figure 1 Figure 3 Duck in Flight A duck in water tends to center its weight in the water, floating easily. Figure 2 shows the duck shape commonly associated with the graph in Figure 1. A duck in flight, however, stretches out its profile in order to create lower wind resistance in flight. This is illustrated in Figure 3. Teaching the Duck to Fly, Jim Lazar, Regulatory Assistance Project, January, 2014

  2. Ten Strategies to Align Loads to Resources (and Resources to Loads) Comparison of Pre-Strategies and Post-Strategies Load Profiles Targeted energy efficiency Orient solar panels Use solar thermal with storage. Manage electric water heat Require new large air conditioners to include storage Retire older inflexible power plants Concentrate rates into “ramping” hours Deploy electricity storage in targeted locations Implement aggressive demand response programs Use inter-regional exchanges of power Teaching the Duck to Fly, Jim Lazar, Regulatory Assistance Project, January, 2014