||EPC-15-045 Transactive Incentive Signals to Manage Electricity Consumption for Demand Response
||This project develops TLM signals, expressed in the form of proxy prices reflective of current and future grid conditions, and develops and implements software to calculate such signals.
||EPC-15-048 Residential Intelligent Energy Management Solution: Advanced Intelligence to Enable Integration of Distributed Energy Resources
||Alternative Energy Solutions Consulting (AESC)
||This project tests and validates an intelligent residential energy management system that is capable of communicating with a variety of DERs including solar PV and energy storage in 100 residences in San Diego.
||EPC-15-051 The Value Proposition for Cost-Effective, Dr-Enabling, Nonresidential Lighting System Retrofits in California Buildings
||Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
||The purpose of this research project will be to evaluate the costs and benefits of DR control system requirements in the California Energy Code across the existing non-residential building stock in California.
||EPC-15-054 Complete and Low-Cost Retail Automated Transactive Energy System (RATES)
||Universal Devices Inc
||This project will develop and pilot-test a standards-based Retail Automated Transactive Energy System (RATES), and behind the meter energy management solution.
||EPC-15-057: Customer-controlled, Price-mediated, Automated Demand Response for Commercial Buildings
||The purpose of this project is to improve small and large commercial customer participation in demand response programs by providing a cost-effective energy management system that allows a wide range of service offerings as well as effective and automated price-based management.
||EPC-15-073: Identifying Effective Demand Response Program Designs to Increase Residential Customer Participation
||This project tested the effectiveness of innovative designs for demand response programs for residential customers using a behind-the-meter customer engagement platform developed by OhmConnect.
||EPC-15-074: Meeting Customer and Supply-side Market Needs with Electrical and Thermal Storage, Solar, Energy Efficiency and Integrated Load Management Systems
||Center for Sustainable Energy
||This project develops co-optimization strategies for DERs. The purpose is to maximize customer and system value.
|| EPC-15-075: Customer-centric Demand Management using Load Aggregation and Data Analytics
||This project will demonstrate how a large number of small loads, each impacted by and tuned to individual customer preferences can provide load management for both utilities and the CAISO.
|| EPC-15-083: Empowering Proactive Consumers to Participate in Demand Response Programs
||The project will develop, test, and refine information communication and automation techniques that maximize customer engagement in DR events and low-cost telemetry solutions that facilitate participation in CAISO r markets.
|| EPC-15-084: Total Charge Management: Advanced Charge Management for Renewable Integration
||BMW North America
||This project explores the benefits and opportunities of Total Charge Management, where electric vehicle charging is managed across multiple charging events to maximize vehicle load flexibility.