||Clean Energy Options for Addressing High Electric Demand Days.
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Energy demand ;
Electric utilities ;
Energy consumption ;
Energy efficiency ;
HVAC systems ;
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||The clean energy opportunities addressed in this report include: Policies that that promote broader deployment of clean energy technologies by addressing existing market and regulatory barriers to clean energy investment, and/or establishing incentives to promote such investment; Energy efficiency initiatives targeting the leading drivers of summer peak electric demand such as residential air conditioning, commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), and commercial lighting; Demand response programs that reduce purchased electricity consumption during periods of peak demand, provided such programs are structured to avoid a net emissions increase through the use of emissions-intensive sources of backup power generation; and Clean DG technologies such as CHP and solar photovoltaic (PV) applications that offset grid-supplied electricity.
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