|Barbose, G., R. Bharvirkar, C. Goldman, N. Hopper, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and B. Neenan (UtiliPoint International)|
This paper examines recent experience with RTP in retail choice states, both as a default service for large C&I customers and a product offered by competitive retail suppliers (Barbose et al. 2005). We conducted a detailed review of the regulatory proceedings leading to adoption of default RTP in six states and interviewed regulatory staff, utilities, and eight competitive retail suppliers active in these states. Based on the findings from this research, we identify implications for policymakers and other stakeholders seeking to develop demand response in retail choice states.
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