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Pub. Dates: From:2022 To:2025

 
 

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Publication Type:  Demand Response
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Agricultural Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program Load Impact Evaluation
Abstract:
This study analyzes the performance of Southern California Edison’s Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible (AP-I) Program during the 2021 demand response season and forecasts the impact of the program under a range of years and weather scenarios. The Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible (AP-I) program is a longstanding demand response program in Southern California Edison (SCE)’s territory. In exchange for a monthly bill credit, customers agree to participate in DR events with no notice. Event participation included 964 enrolled customers for the only event of 2021. For this event day, where all participating customers are dispatched, the program provided an average of 28.77 MW (59.6%) of load shed. Including only the full event hours (6 pm to 8 pm), the aggregate impact was 36.12 MW (74.7%). AP-I impacts are determined by the percent of installed switches being successfully dispatched. Over the ex ante forecast horizon, the switch paging success rate is expected to grow, with additional investment in upgrading switches and improving the paging network during this time. As enrollment stays constant and the switch paging success rate increases over the next ten years, aggregate August Peak Day impacts will increase over time, ranging from 29.94MW in 2022 (SCE 1-in-10) to 32.80MW in 2032 (CAISO 1-in-10).
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
35
Size:
2224KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study ID:
SCE0466.01
Publication Size: 2224KBNontechnical Overview:n/aExecutive Summary:open save Publication:open save
Appendices/Volumes
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Agricultural Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program Ex Post Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex post load impact results for SCE's Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program across multiple customer segments, including results for each individual event and the average event in 2021.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
140KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0466.02
Publication Size: 140KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Agricultural Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program Ex Ante Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for SCE's Agricultural & Pumping Interruptible Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
3122KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0466.03
Publication Size: 3122KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 

Publication Type:  Demand Response
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation
Abstract:
This study analyzes the performance of Southern California Edison’s Real Time Pricing Program in 2021 and forecasts the impact of the program for a range of weather conditions and day types. The Real-Time Pricing Program offers commercial and industrial customers the opportunity to react daily to price signals and reduce loads when prices are high. The RTP program delivered 2.37MW during the 4-9pm window on Hot Summer Weekdays: a 7.6% impact. As RTP prices are the highest on these days relative to the otherwise applicable tariff (OAT), ex post impacts are predictably higher on Hot Summer Weekdays, while impacts decline in Moderate and Mild Summer Weekdays. While there is no statistical difference in consumption between High Cost and Low Cost Winter Weekdays, there is a reduction in consumption during the weekend peak on High Cost Weekends compared to Low Cost Weekends. RTP enrollments are expected to decline over time, from 103 in 2021 to 84 enrolled customers in 2032. Program load impacts of approximately 2.5MW during the 4pm-9pm hours are projected.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
59
Size:
3687KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study ID:
SCE0465.01
Publication Size: 3687KBNontechnical Overview:n/aExecutive Summary:open save Publication:open save
Appendices/Volumes
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Ex Post Load Impacts – Price Model
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex post load impact results for SCE's Real Time Pricing Program across multiple customer segments, including results for different months and day types in 2021.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
1507KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0465.02
Publication Size: 1507KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Ex Post Load Impacts – Event Model
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex post load impact results for SCE's Real Time Pricing Program across multiple customer segments, including results for different months and day types in 2021.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
1462KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0465.03
Publication Size: 1462KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Ex Ante Load Impacts – Program-Level Price Model
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for SCE's Real Time Pricing Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
7306KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0465.04
Publication Size: 7306KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Ex Ante Load Impacts – Portfolio-Level Price Model
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for SCE's Real Time Pricing Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
7316KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0465.05
Publication Size: 7316KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Ex Ante Load Impacts – Program-Level Event Model
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for SCE's Real Time Pricing Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
7209KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0465.06
Publication Size: 7209KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial;
Industrial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Ex Ante Load Impacts – Portfolio-Level Event Model
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Real Time Pricing Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for SCE's Real Time Pricing Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
7214KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0465.07
Publication Size: 7214KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 

Publication Type:  Demand Response
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Residential;
Commercial
Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Load Impact Evaluation
Abstract:
This study analyzes the impact of Southern California Edison's Summer Discount Plan program for a range of weather conditions and dispatch hours. Summer Discount Plan is a voluntary demand response program that provides incentives to residential and non-residential customers who allow SCE to manage the use of their air conditioner when grid conditions require additional resources. The impacts were evaluated using a quasi-experimental design where a matched control customer was identified for each participant. The load impacts were calculated via difference-in-differences by comparing the energy use of participants and the control customer during event and hot non-event days. The SDP program has approximately 180,000 residential customers enrolled and includes nearly 204,000 control devices and 774,000 tons of air conditioner load. Approximately 84% of residential customers elect the higher incentive option, allowing SCE to curtail air conditioner demand (100% cycling) during SDP demand response events. On the commercial side, there are approximately 7,700 customers enrolled with about 69,000 control devices and nearly 350,000 tons of air conditioner load. Roughly 65% of customers elect the higher incentive, accounting for 62% of the total commercial air conditioner load. During the system peak day, the SDP program reduced demand by 166 MW on the first and only event hour. Compared to prior years, 2021 was a substantially cooler year, with lower air conditioner loads, and lower SCE system demand. During normal (1-in-2) August peak day planning conditions, participants can reduce demand by 166 MW across the five-hour 4:00–9:00 PM peak window. In practice, program resources are dispatched by grid location, with varying event times and under different weather conditions.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
83
Size:
5512KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study ID:
SCE0464.01
Publication Size: 5512KBNontechnical Overview:n/aExecutive Summary:open save Publication:open save
Appendices/Volumes
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Residential Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Residential Ex Post Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex post load impact results for residential customers in SCE's Summer Discount Plan Program across multiple customer segments, including results for each individual event and the average event in 2021.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
1007KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0464.02
Publication Size: 1007KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Commercial Ex Post Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex post load impact results for commercial customers in SCE's Summer Discount Plan Program across multiple customer segments, including results for each individual event and the average event in 2021.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
673KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0464.03
Publication Size: 673KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Residential Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Residential Ex Ante Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for residential customers in SCE's Summer Discount Plan Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
16797KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0464.04
Publication Size: 16797KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Commercial Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Commercial Ex Ante Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Summer Discount Plan Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for commercial customers in SCE's Summer Discount Plan Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
29516KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0464.05
Publication Size: 29516KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 

Publication Type:  Demand Response
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Residential Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Smart Energy Program Load Impact Evaluation
Abstract:
This report documents the 2021 load impact evaluation of the Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Smart Energy Program (SEP). SEP is a residential demand response (DR) program that utilizes Wi-Fi connected smart thermostats to reduce air conditioning load in participating households during peak hours. SCE retained Demand Side Analytics (DSA) to conduct the SEP load impact evaluation for 2021. The primary objectives of this report are to document the findings of an ex post (after the fact) load impact study for 2021 events and provide ex ante (forward looking) estimates of SEP peak demand reduction capability over the next eleven years (2022 to 2032) under various weather conditions. SCE dispatched SEP on eight days during PY2021 between June and September. On three of these days, there were multiple events called, usually in response to need later in the day. In total, there were eleven events with ten being a result of self-scheduling in the day-ahead market and one for reliability purposes. SCE cited both types of dispatch triggers for the 9/9/2021 event. Current forecasts expect enrollment to increase to 63,114 customers by that 2032. The estimated load impact of SEP in 2022 ranges from 63.8 MW to 69.8 MW during hour ending 17. Estimated impacts decline across the RA window and range from 15.1 MW to 17.4 MW in hour ending 21. Average impacts for the five-hour RA window range from 30.9 MW to 35.6 MW.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
70
Size:
3912KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study ID:
SCE0463.01
Publication Size: 3912KBNontechnical Overview:n/aExecutive Summary:open save Publication:open save
Appendices/Volumes
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Residential Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Smart Energy Program Ex Post Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Smart Energy Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex post load impact results for SCE's Smart Energy Program across multiple customer segments, including results for each individual event and the average event in 2021.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
690KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0463.02
Publication Size: 690KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
Category:  Impact Evaluation Author:  Demand Side Analytics
Sector:    Residential Implementer:    SCE
Title:  Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Smart Energy Program Ex Ante Load Impacts
Abstract:
This table generator is an appendix of the Program Year 2021 Southern California Edison Smart Energy Program Load Impact Evaluation. It presents the aggregate and per-customer ex ante load impact results for SCE's Smart Energy Program across multiple customer categories for varying weather scenarios, months, and years.
Pub. Date:
4/1/2022
Pages: 
2
Size:
2344KB
Prog. Year:
2021
Study IDf:
SCE0463.03
Publication Size: 2344KB      Executive Summary:  n/a    Publication: open save    
 
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