Demand management


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Demand management

Lighting can be gradually dimmed up to 20 percent with little effect on productivity, but a profound impact on the overall building load. By sensing incoming electric service for peak loads, lighting can be dimmed when other building systems are peaking in load. The result is a flattening of the energy use curve, which lowers energy cost usually computed using peak demand volumes.
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For example, an oft-quoted demand management strategy is agility.
Such is the precarious balancing act we call demand management.
Demand Management and Demand Solutions are registered trademarks of Demand Management Inc.
The program contains the following demand management strategies that will produce a reduction in peak demand:
JustEnough Software, a leading provider of demand management solutions for retailers, distributors and brand owners worldwide, today announced that Journelle is a recipient of the Apparel Magazine 2012 Top Innovators award.
Kicking off the discus sion was Drew Reckner, who heads up i2 Technologies' continuous demand management solutions department.
I'm honored to be named a Provider Pro to Know for the fourth year in a row," said Bill Harrison, president of Demand Management.
And even fewer have linked strategic demand management with corporate business strategy successfully.
He was also the co-creator of the outsourced Residential Demand Management program, known as Virtual Peaking Capacity.
Our supply chain management tools will give the Deschutes the visibility necessary to manage a growing brand with high levels of distribution excellence," said Demand Management President Bill Harrison.
For 26 years we've been giving our customers in the food and beverage industry the tools necessary to improve their overall supply chain efficiency, to better help them run their businesses," said Demand Management President Bill Harrison.