"Transactive energy has the potential to redefine the relationship between the utility and the energy market," says Schneider Electric's Phil Davis, Senior Manager, Demand Response Resource Center.
Washington D.C. (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
Distributed generation, demand response, energy storage, smart grid, microgrids, building efficiency technologies, are all changing the way the way that energy is being consumed. Transactive energy is an emerging conceptualization of an energy market that is rapidly evolving due to technological advancements in energy software and power generation, changing policies, and financial incentives.
Knowing that this is a nascent concept, our speakers will be discussing the crucial aspects of a definition for transactive energy that will help push forward a regulatory framework. Other topics include ways that transactive energy can bring about a net-zero energy future, how it will redefine utility business models, and provide opportunities for banks and other large financial players to get more involved with energy efficiency.
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