Automate Demand Response for Intelligent Load Management

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Increasingly utilities are seeking to automate demand response processes by integrating demand response management systems to their back office IT infrastructure while, offering their industrial, commercial and residential customer's value-add services within their demand side management programs. Join us for this recorded webinar featuring a real life demand response case study from Andrew Hortsman, Manager of Load Response from Wabash Valley Power.

During this hour-long recording, you'll learn:

  • How to automate demand response for event dispatch.
  • How to accurately monitor and verify load shedding. 
  • Top tactics to present event information inside utility and to consumers.
  • Connect to your back-office IT and metering systems.
  • Where the future of demand response is headed.
  • Real world demand response case study from Wabash Valley Power.

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About our speakers:

Andrew Horstman
Manager of Load Response
Wabash Valley Power Association

Andrew has both an Associates and a Bachelors Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from ITT Technical Institute. Andrew has been with WVPA for 10 years and has worked extensively with the SCADA system there as an Electronic Field Engineer. As Smart Grid and Demand Response have gained importance within the industry, Andrew moved into his current position which manages these initiatives for WVPA.

Sachin Gupta
Product Manager
Demand Response Siemens Smart Grid Division

Mr. Gupta is focused on our market facing, demand response activities and is charged with developing and integrating demand side management capabilities into broader smart grid roadmaps for customers. Prior to joining Siemens, Mr. Gupta worked with demand response provider EnerNOC and before that he worked for Johnson Controls to secure energy based performance contracts. 
 
With the economy recovering and demand picking up in the United States as well as in other places around the globe, Siemens is aware of the central importance that demand management plays in achieving a smart grid vision. Siemens is aware of the importance that demand management must play to help utility and system operators effectively handle the intermittency of these resources. As such, Mr. Gupta's role and expertise is integral not only to Siemens success but more importantly for the success of our customers here in the United States and around the globe.

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Published By: 
Energy Central
Resource Author: 
Energy Central
Published: 
Apr 25, 2012
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