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Demand Response and The Supremes

// Environmentalists Cheer Court Decision

January
28
2016

A great read from the Washington Post's @chrismooney published a couple of days ago. If you have wanted to learn more about demand response, this article explains it well. 

Environmental groups are cheering over the Supreme Court’s Monday ruling in the obscure yet deeply consequential case Federal Energy Regulatory Commission vs. Electric Power Supply Association, in which a 6-2 court decision blessed “demand response” — the idea that big companies (and maybe, someday, aggregated groups of individuals) can get paid for using less electricity at key times when it eases pressure on the grid.

Demand response is as important as it is difficult to understand. And that’s why the Supreme Court’s majority opinion, written by Justice Elena Kagan, is a marvel. People should read it for something bordering on electrical literacy — a rarity these days, understandably but also unfortunately. Read More Here

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