Eatontown, NJ – July 10, 2018 – Sims Metal Management in Johnston, Rhode Island was one of the top performers in National Grid’s 2017 Connected Solutions demand response program. The program was designed to help keep the grid resilient and more efficient by reducing qualified client…

IPKeys streamlines Con Edison grant process

IPKeys streamlines Con Edison grant process for its Demand Response Clients, over $24 Million available for clean back up generation and other qualified technology Eatontown, N.J., June 26,2018/PRNewswire/: IPKeys announced today that it has successfully streamlined the process for its NYC Demand Response (“DR”) clients to access millions of dollars for clean Back-up Generator enablement.…

National Grid Aggregator IPKeys Power Partners Enrolls First Customer in the Utility’s Connected Solutions Demand Response Program

National Grid Aggregator IPKeys Power Partners Enrolls First Customer in the Utility’s Connected Solutions Demand Response Program   Sims Metal Management enrolls with IPKeys to help meet National Grid’s power reduction targets Eatontown, NJ – April 5, 2017 – National Grid today announced that IPKeys has enrolled the first customer in its Connected Solutions: Business…

National Grid launches its first commercial & industrial demand response program

National Grid launches its first commercial & industrial demand response program Feb. 14, 2017 Dive Brief: National Grid has launched a commercial demand response program for customers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, the utility’s first foray into load management credits for that segment. Participating companies will reduce electric use for at least 20 hours over…

IPKeys Power Partners Supports U.S. Supreme Court Decision on FERC Order 745 regarding Demand Response Compensation & Jurisdiction

IPKeys Power Partners (IPKPP), a leading provider of Automated Demand Response (ADR) services across the USA, today issued a statement in support of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision that upheld the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order 745 requiring organized wholesale energy market operators to pay demand response resources the full market price for energy and affirming FERC’s jurisdiction over demand response in the wholesale energy markets.