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How and Why Demand Response Markets Are Changing So Quickly

The business of demand response has undergone numerous changes. Two decades ago, a demand response "offering" might have been a favorable rate to encourage an industrial customer to switch off equipment during emergency peaks. More recently, it's the use of remote controls to change and aggregate capacity for commercial, industrial or residential customers during those peak times.
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