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UISOL Demonstrating Open Automated Demand Response at DistribuTECH 2011

LAFAYETTE, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011 Feb. 1-3, 2011 San Diego

UISOL is featuring the Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) protocol in a simulated DR dispatch event between a wholesale market and utilities to end-use energy management in-home DR devices from Alektrona, Control4, Tendril and Universal Devices.  UISOL’s automated demand response management system, DRBizNet™, will serve as the integration platform creating fully automated end-to-end solutions for demand response.

San Diego

Ali Vojdani

OpenADR defines a communications interface protocol that allows utilities to automate management of end-use energy loads or demand response.  The specification was developed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.  UISOL and Berkeley Labs co-developed an open source implementation tool kit that can be offered in the public domain for further research, development and distribution in the utility, controls and buildings industries.

End-to-end integration and automation of DR communication and business processes, sometimes referred to as automated DR or AutoDR, can eliminate the costly and time consuming manual steps in managing DR.  It is also essential to providing "fast DR" services such as synchronous reserve and frequency regulation.  A growing number of utilities are now exploring the potential of AutoDR to balance the increasing levels of intermittent wind and solar power generation.  



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SOURCE Utility Integration Solutions (UISOL)

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