A load management strategy: The missing link

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In addition to their traditional mission to provide safe, reliable, affordable electricity, utilities today have critical goals tied to decarbonization, grid resilience, and the facilitation of electrification. At the other end of the grid, utility customers now want more control over their energy use and the type of energy they consume.

As electrification, distributed energy resources, and smart technologies that can control energy use proliferate, managing new electric load in a proactive, coordinated way makes sense for the utility, its grid, and its customers. Implementing a successful flexible load management (FLM) program offers utilities a path to do so in the most cost-effective way. Read this paper to learn:

  • How FLM can play a role in utility strategies to achieve goals tied to decarbonization, grid resilience, electrification, and customer satisfaction.
  • A programmatic approach to expanding utility FLM capabilities.
  • Specific FLM-enabling solutions utilities can consider pursuing now.

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Meet the authors
  1. Steve Fine, Vice President, Distributed Grid Strategy + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Steve brings over 30 years of experience working at the confluence of energy, environment, and economics to evaluate and design workable solutions to our biggest energy challenges. View bio

  2. Patty Cook, Senior Vice President, Market Development, Distributed Flexibility Solutions

    Patty is a strategic leader with over 25 years of experience in energy, environmental policy, and management consulting. View bio