PLMA Load Management Leadership Demand Response Training
PLMA Demand Response Training

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PLMA Demand Response Market Fundamentals

co-hosted by Arizona Pubilc Service and Salt River Project

October 10 - 12, 2018
in APS offices, Phoenix, Arizona


This two-day interactive course explores how to leverage wholesale energy market models to design demand response programs for traditionally regulated, restructured, and emerging electricity markets; a detailed review of the similarities and differences among markets in which demand resources can participate; and, the current and future roles for electricity consumers, aggregators, energy retailers, utilities, and market operators; and the role of Distributed Energy Resources and Storage in the market. Interactive exercises will enable participants to gain hands-on experience with various aspects of the subject matter. The course content expands on a white paper at www.peakload.org/evolution

Topics include

  • General structure of traditionally regulated and restructured energy markets and role of market participants
  • Review, history, markets and products of PJM, NYISO, ISO New England, ERCOT, CAISO, MISO, SPP, IESO, and AEMO
  • Economics, configuration and process modeling; group exercise
  • Types of markets/services in which demand response could participate—energy, capacity, ancillary services, emergency, economic, etc.; group exercise
  • Review of other important emerging markets and international markets
  • Review of important controversial market design and regulatory issues
  • Opportunities and Grid Planning Implications for retail energy marketers, utilities, technology and service vendors
  • Explore the emerging role of energy storage and other emerging demand-side resource trends
  • Future outlook and emerging trends
  • Tools, techniques, communication standards; group exercise
  • Course Exam
  • Facilitated Mentor Round Table Discussion
  • Download the free Demand Response Glossary of Terms and Definitions to get started today
CLICK HERE to download a sample agenda

Scott Coe, GridOptimize
Scott Coe
GridOptimize
Instructor
Christine Riker
Christine Riker
Energy Solutions
Education Planning Co-Chair
Richard Philip
Richard Philip
Duke Energy
Mentor
Lauren Carr, CAISO
Lauren Carr
CAISO
Mentor
Dave Hyland, Zen Ecosystems
Dave Hyland
Zen Ecosystems
Mentor
Joseph Childs, Eaton
Joseph Childs
Eaton
Mentor
Michael Brown, NV Energy
Michael Brown
NV Energy
Mentor
Bruce Brazis
Bruce Brazis
Arizona Public Service
Co-host 
Mark Gagen
Mark Gagen
Salt River Project
Co-host 

Who Should Attend. The primary audience includes new and transitioning utility and regulatory staff as well as solution providers seeking to improve their knowledge of how transition/reposition/create customer programs to address demand response methods and emerging distributed energy resources to meet peak electricity demand, mitigate the impact of high energy prices, and manage variable generation. This training course is open to all industry stakeholders with significantly discounted rates to member organization staff of PLMA and allies. Who comes to PLMA training? CLICK HERE to see.

Continuing Education These courses may qualify for AEE continuing education and may be accepted for other certifications as well. Supporting documentation can be provided upon request for your particular submission.

Course Materials Registrants will receive a link for downloading an electronic copies of the course presentation materials for reference purposes in advance. All registrants who successfully complete the course may request a PLMA Certificate of Completion.

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Staff of PLMA member organizations must sign-in to receive member rates or use complimentary member passes, when available. If you are not a PLMA member, click on register and follow the directions to create a free Nonmember Attendee user profile to receive the non-member rate.

  • Member Rate: $1249 (A Complimentary Member Pass may be available for Sustaining and Advisory-level members; inquire at [email protected])
  • Non-member Rate: $1449 (A Complimentary Member Pass may be available for Sustaining and Advisory-level members; inquire at [email protected])
  • 50% discount for regulatory staff and PLMA academic member staff (click register to see details).