Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Ontario to pay big power users to cut demand

Provincial power authority signs contracts with U.S. middlemen to co-ordinate demand reduction during peak times: Two U.S. power-management companies, Boston-based EnerNOC Inc. and ConsumerPowerline, of New York City, announced last week they each had signed five-year contracts with the OPA to arrange a 25-megawatt reduction in demand from heavy users on those days when the electricity system faces a surge in demand.
Source: GlobeMedia

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