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Real-Time Demand Response and DER Control Device

A real-time demand response and DER control device is a control and metering device that has frequency monitoring capabilities, allowing for a control signal to be sent in response to an underfrequency event. An example of this technology includes VM Smartgrid Terminal by Energy Intellect Limited, which is in use in New Zealand to enable demand side resources to contribute responsive reserves to the New Zealand ancillary services market.


- Real-time demand response and multi-site aggregation
- Frequency responsive instantaneous reserves control
- Online energy and demand management
- Distributed generation control

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Advanced Components

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