How EBCE Is Addressing Peak Demand and GHGs Through Flexibility Procurement

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March 12, 2020

Learn how your CCA can use meter data and flexibility to decarbonize by simultaneously reducing baseload energy consumption and shaving peak demand.

Public Webinar
April 9, 2020
2:00 - 3:00 pm PT
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Who is this webinar for?

Community choice aggregators (CCAs) who are seeking ways to decarbonize while delivering value to their customers and reducing resource adequacy and exposure to energy markets. 

Presenting:

Beckie Menten - EBCE
Taj Ait-Laoussine - EBCE
McGee Young - Recurve

East Bay Community Energy (EBCE) and Recurve are excited to present this California CCA member webinar on March 19, 2020. 

A public webinar will take place on April 9, 2020. Register here.

EBCE, like many CCAs, is being tasked with decarbonizing energy while simultaneously reducing peak load, maintaining resource adequacy, improving reliability, and serving the needs of low-income customers. 

In this webinar, Beckie Menten, Program Manager for Building Electrification and Energy Efficiency at EBCE, Taj Ait-Laoussine, Vice President, Technology and Analytics, EBCE and McGee Young, Chief Technology Officer at Recurve, will demonstrate how they were able to analyze smart meter data in order to procure permanent baseload reduction as well as flexible load and to identify customers who would see the greatest benefits from a range of interventions, both on their bills and as an energy and climate resource.

Learn how to utilize open-source tools and complementary data services from EBCE and Recurve to get these capabilities going quickly at your CCA.

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