Authors: Galen, Chuck, and Jeff

  title={Authors: Galen, Chuck, and Jeff},
  author={Josh Bode and Michael J. L. Sullivan and Dries Berghman and Joseph H. Eto},
Many pre-existing air conditioner load control programs can provide valuable operational flexibility but have not been incorporated into electricity ancillary service markets or grid operations. Multiple demonstrations have shown that residential air conditioner (AC) response can deliver resources quickly and can provide contingency reserves. A key policy hurdle to be overcome before AC load control can be fully incorporated into markets is how to balance the accuracy, cost, and complexity of… CONTINUE READING


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