Related publications

 

This paper highlights the loopholes of the existing policies and regulations of Indian electricity sector and showing the future developments in this sector. It investigates the best way of achieving deep CO2 emission cuts in the Indian power system while allowing meeting the energy demand and reducing energy poverty.

This book offers a clear and impartial picture of the global energy agenda and its evolution over time, the World Energy Issues Monitor creates the base for a meaningful dialogue among the Global Energy Leaders Community to focus on a set of clearly identified priorities and build a sustainable energy future for all.

Abstract: Demand response programs have the potential to provide many utility system and societal benefits, in addition to improving the economic efficiency of the electricity grid. Regulators and policymakers are interested in the costs associated with these potential benefits and many require that the cost-effectiveness of particular demand response options be evaluated by utilities and others prior to implementing programs. 

An introduction to smart grid, challenges in the smart grid development with the regional context.  In the Annexes, more detailed information is offered for each of the countries and regions.

Self-direct DSM programs are typically targeted at large customers, commercial and industrial. It has been found in about 24 states in US, but every program has been structured differently. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) reviewed existing programs and compared key elements of self-direct program design.