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Electricity Lights Up The Supreme Court.

// Demand Response and the Supreme Court

October
22
2015

We talk to our clients and prospects frequently about "Demand Response" and do a good job of teaching the product. This  Washington Post writer does a good job of explaining the concept, the case in front of the Supreme Court, and the potential impact of the soon to be determined decision Supreme Court case. 

"FERC. Demand response. Wholesale and retail electricity markets. If names and phrases like these have already made you want to stop reading, then chances are news last week about the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments in Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v. Electric Power Supply Association was not at the top of your list.

That response is totally understandable. This stuff is beyond wonky. It pains even us electricity nerds.

Nevertheless, what’s at stake in the case goes to the heart of the gigantic changes that are now happening in the ways we get electricity — and pay for Read More Here! 

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