About PLMA: The Voice of Load Management Practitioners

PLMA (Peak Load Management Alliance), a member-led 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization, was founded in 1999 as the voice of load management practitioners. Today, PLMA has ~170 member organizations, including private and publicly owned utilities, technology companies, energy and energy solution providers, equipment manufacturers, research and academic organizations, and consultants.

As U.S. and global energy markets evolve, PLMA strives to offer timely programming and training opportunities, as well as a forum for its member practitioners to share expertise in dynamic load management, demand response, and distributed energy resources. Member practitioners take pride in sharing their knowledge, experience, and ideas with the goal of educating one another on a range of topics. These topics span load management programs, price and rate response, regional regulatory issues, technologies, and much more.

PLMA is inclusive of all member practitioners and encourages any organization with an interest in dynamic energy management to join us.




PLMA: The Voice of Load Management Leadership

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Get Involved with PLMA's Interest or Planning Groups 

Any employee of a PLMA member organization can join any or all the PLMA Interest and Planning Groups by adding the group to their online member profile. Other industry professionals may register to attend some interest groups online or in-person meetings on a case-by-case basis, but may not join the distribution list or receive access to resource materials.   

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Find PLMA Content in the Resource Directory

PLMA offers members and allies a directory of resource links to thought leadership by industry experts. It includes: presentation slides and recordings from past PLMA-produced events, and articles, reports and white papers from PLMA initiatives and collaborations, plus other materials contributed by PLMA member organizations and partners.  

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