Demand Response, Behind-the-Meter Generation and Air Quality

The absence of up-to-date regulations on Behind the Meter (BTM) electric generators may offset the current efforts to reduce the emissions from peaking power plants. There is a need to quantify the environmental impacts of Demand Reduction programs in designing sound policies related to demand-side resources, and this paper is a great start.

Nice research from Xiyue Zhang (Hannah) and K. Max Zhang.

See the entire article at ACS Publications Environmental Science and Technology

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