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PJM Interconnection's Demand Response Strategy

with Pete Langbein, PJM Interconnection and Richard Philip, Duke Energy

to be presented Thursday, August 31, 2017; 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. Eastern

Thank you for your interest in this PLMA Demand Response Dialogue.

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Learn about a paper PJM published in July 2017 at CLICK HERE that details the independent system operator's Demand Response Strategy plans for:

  • Short-Term Goals: Transition to Capacity Performance and Annual Capability through Aggregation
  • Medium-Term Focus: Ensure DR Capabilities Align with Commitments
  • Long-Term Direction: Explore Opportunities to Move DR in the Energy Market to the Demand Side

PJM Interconnection, founded in 1927, ensures the reliability of the high-voltage electric power system serving 61 million people in all or parts of Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. PJM coordinates and directs the operation of the region’s transmission grid, which includes 62,556 miles of transmission lines; administers a competitive wholesale electricity market; and plans regional transmission expansion improvements to maintain grid reliability and relieve congestion.

Plan to join PLMA for a dialogue with these industry thought leaders.

Pete Langbein
PJM Interconnection
Pete Langbein

Pete Langbein has been with PJM Interconnection for ten years where he manages the participation of Demand Response resources that represent over 2 million customers (9,000 MW) and their delivery of energy, capacity and ancillary services to the PJM wholesale markets. Prior to joining PJM, Pete spent ten years in the competitive retail electricity markets across North America and three years at an investor owned utility. Pete has extensive experience in wholesale and retail power markets including retail sales, marketing, commodity risk management, trading, customer care, system implementation and financial settlements.

Richard Philip
Duke Energy and PLMA Chair
Richard Phillip, Duke Energy

Rich Philip is Duke Energy’s Manager, Products & Services for Demand Response Programs in the states of Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. The overall portfolio of demand response totals over 600 megawatts of resources throughout Duke’s three-state Midwest service area. Rich has experience in load research, electric rates, marketing research, and market management as well as product management. Rich is in his 35th year with Duke and predecessor companies, having started his career with Public Service Indiana, which became part of Cinergy Corp. in a 1994 merger and later became part of Duke Energy as part of the Cinergy/Duke merger in 2006.

Who Should Attend. Utility and regulatory staff as well as other energy industry trade allies and organizations seeking thought leadership and insight on innovative demand response methods to meet peak energy load needs, mitigate price, and manage variable generation.

How DR Dialogue Works. When you register, you may submit a comment or question in advance. After brief introductions, the two featured speakers will have an informal 30-minute conversation. You're welcome to use a speaker phone so an unlimited number of people may participate. After the Dialogue, you will receive a recording web link. Unable to participate on this day and time? Register anyway and you will automatically receive the recording link.