Category Archives: Demand Reduction
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 requires the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to conduct an annual survey of demand response and advanced metering in the U.S. The 12th edition of the report was released in Dec. 2017 and anyone looking … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article about the future of the Chinese energy industry on the Energy Post website. It is titled, “Reinventing Fire in China”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has an article in USAEE Dialogue, the magazine of the United States Association for Energy Economics. The article is titled, “US Energy Efficiency On The Rise”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has two new articles on the Breaking Energy website. The first is titled, “US Emissions Down Even Before Obama’s Pledge”. To read it, click here. The second is titled, “IEA: Energy Efficiency Global Powerhouse”. To read it, click … Continue reading
A review of Dr. Sioshansi’s book, Energy Efficiency: Towards The End of Electricity Demand Growth, has been published in the June issue of the Electricity Journal. To read the review, click here. To buy the book, click here. For a … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on demand growth and energy efficiency in the latest journal of the International Association for Energy Economics. It is titled: “Why Demand Growth is Out, Energy Efficiency is in, and the Important Implications of the … Continue reading
This is a sample article from the April 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. Australia’s demand growth appears tepid. Is this the beginning of the end for demand growth? In March 2012, the Australian Electricity Market Operator (AEMO) released a report … Continue reading
And it is NOT a well. This is a sample article from the February 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. In October 2008, state of Pennsylvania passed a law, Act 129, with the intention of curtailing energy demand, reducing pollution and … Continue reading
This is a sample article from the January 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. Failure to meet the challenges facing the grid could be degraded reliability. In the past few years, smart grid has risen to top of everyone’s favorite list … Continue reading