Transactive Energy

Transactive energy, a technique for managing the generation, consumption or flow of electric power within an electric power system, relies on a market-based approach to promote grid reliability.  These systems increasingly are being used to promote renewable energy sources, recognizing that technologies permit customers to work together to shift generation load and demand. This eCademy session provides an opportunity for policymakers to learn about the evolving technique and its potential implications for states. 

For more information about this topic, please see Rep. Tom Sloan’s recent article, "Why Care about Transactive Energy," in Public Utilities Fortnightly

Transactive Energy
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2-3 p.m. EST

CSG eCademy

 

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Presenters:

 

Mark Knight
Executive Consultant, Utilities Solutions Group, CGI
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Ron Melton
Director, Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project
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Rep. Tom Sloan
Kansas
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