Properly permitted, your emergency generation—EG—is both a reliability asset and a revenue generator. EG provides a great opportunity to earn revenue and save on energy costs through demand response (DR) and demand management programs.
The path from emergency generation to revenue generation, though, may seem like a complex, confusing, and occasionally contradictory thicket of state and local environmental regulations. Few organizations fully understand the scope and intricacies of EG regulation, which often results in misinformation, missteps, and missed revenue opportunities.
Fortunately, CPower’s extensive experience and knowledge base has led hundreds of organizations through the jumble of regulations and provided a clear path to monetizing EG assets. This webinar covers everything today’s energy managers and engineers need to to know to maximize the benefits of their EG portfolio. It includes:
● A brief history of emergency generation as a component of demand-side energy management, and the numerous rule changes that have created the current EG landscape
● How existing generators can be upgraded to meet increasingly stringent permitting requirements, bringing previously excluded MWs back into the market
● Success stories illustrating how CPower has helped find and reclaim “lost” megawatts and enroll them in lucrative demand response and demand management programs
Join Ray Berkebile, CPower’s nationally recognized EG permitting expert, and CPower engineer Alison Keefe as they lead this in-depth look at how your EG assets can generate revenue for you, too.
Sr. Director Of Engineering.
Mr. Berkebile has been in the industry for over 20 years, starting with Delmarva Power and proceeding through Conectiv Solutions, Enerwise Global Technologies, Converge and now CPower. He was responsible for CPower’s approach to the new generator regulations, personally reviewing over 3000 generators from 2015-2017. He holds a BSME from Widener University and is a member of the National Engineering Honor Society.
For more than 11 years, Mrs. Keefe has worked for CPower and its various incarnations, including Xtend Energy, Consumer Powerline, Constellation Energy, and Exelon. Her roles have included Dispatch, meter monitoring and troubleshooting, and project management. For the past two years she has focused exclusively on reviewing generators in the New England region. Mrs. Keefe holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.