Training Series for NASUCA Members- Webinar 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
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USDOE-funded studies on time-varying pricing with and without in-home information displays and programmable communicating thermostats are at https://www.smartgrid.gov/recovery_act/overview/consumer_behavior_studies.html
Regarding the question, Is there a difference in customer behavior response to TOU or CPP between opt-in vs default or mandatory rate enrollment?“Results from the CBS utilities show that under opt-out recruitment approaches enrollment rateswere indeed much higher (92% vs. 15%) and peak demand reductions were generally lower (6%vs. 12% for TOU and 13% vs. 23% for CPP) than under voluntary enrollment methods. However,retention rates were about the same for both (90% vs. 87%).”
One more link might be of interest to NASUCA members: Experiences of Vulnerable Residential Customer Subpopulations with Critical Peak Pricing: https://emp.lbl.gov/publications/experiences-vulnerable-residential
Uses for Smart Meter DataTopic #1: Basic Customer Segmentation: https://eta-publications.lbl.gov/sites/default/files/basic_customer_segmentations_final.pdf
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