DR Workshop on LBNL Phase 1 Interim Report

ALJ Kelly Hymes will hold a workshop on this interim report from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 in the CPUC auditorium at 505 Van Ness Ave., so that LBNL can explain its findings and answer stakeholder questions. We hope at this workshop to gather feedback regarding which limited data stakeholders would like LBNL to provide in a spreadsheet format this month to facilitate further stakeholder analysis (e.g. data on potential by IOU service territory, or local capacity area). The structure of the presentation will contain the following elements:

  • Study overview: The motivation and scope of the study
  • Demand response pathways for California: Methodology highlights: Introduction to the demand response market and technology scenarios and high level overview of methodology and supply curves
  • Results: Key findings: Findings for system and local resource adequacy - results will detail cost-competitive demand response potential for the years 2020 and 2025 under business as usual, medium, and high scenarios
  • Recommendations and opportunities: Recommendations and opportunities for California drawn from the study findings
  • Megatrends and the Phase 1 modeling approach: Context for the modeling approach and megatrends for California that influence the results of the study
  • Next steps for potential study and plans for Phase 2: Highlights for the Phase 2 study scope and approach
Location: 
CPUC: 505 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 -
10:00 to 15:30
Focus Area: 
Demand Response (DR) & Permanent Load Shifting (PLS)