IPKeys announced that it has successfully streamlined the process for its NYC demand responses (DR) clients to access millions of dollars for clean back-up generator enablement.
Robert Nawy, CEO IPKeys, said: "We are very pleased to support our clients on a path to install or upgrade to clean back up generation funded with a combination of NYISO and Con Ed Demand Management and Demand Response programmes.
"IPKeys secure demand management platform, Energy Interop System and Server (EISS), enables clients to securely and safely maximise electricity grid incentives and pay for clean back up generation for disaster recovery and business continuity during climactic and unexpected public safety events."
Demand management programme (DMP)
Con Edison's current funding is $24 million to $32 million for the 2018 and 2019 periods, respectively. This DMP funding is on a first come first serve basis and is open to Con Edison and New York Power Authority customers in New York City and Westchester.
The programme is designed to assist Con Edison to lower peak load on the hottest days while enabling large clients to find innovative ways to manage energy use and save money. The goal of the DMP programme is to achieve electric demand reduction in facilities through financial incentives for qualifying technologies.
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