Greentech Media, June 2015

“Across five days in 2012 and 2013, Texas could have saved more than $200 million, according to a study from the South-Central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER), an energy-efficiency advocacy group.

…The study looked at the average locational prices on five specific days when prices were higher than normal. Even though the days were above-average, Doug Lewin, SPEER’s executive director, noted that they were not extreme. Those years were not particularly hot, especially compared to 2011, so the grid was not even stretched to its limit.”

Read the full article here: Demand Response Could Have Saved Texans $85M in One Day