The US Load Response Program Project is a smart grid project located in US. The installation of the project began in 2011 and the project was commissioned in 2016.
The US Load Response Program Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is a peak load management project with a rated capacity of 25MW. It is implemented in the utility.
The smart grid project is owned by Montana-Dakota Utilities and developed by Constellation NewEnergy.
United States Load Response Program Project development status
The development of United States Load Response Program Project was started in 2011 and the commissioning was completed in 2016.
Montana-Dakota Utilities has partnered with Constellation NewEnergy to construct and complete the US Load Response Program Project.
– Montana-Dakota Utilities has selected Constellation Energy to develop a load response program for its customers. Constellation Energy, under the contract will provide up to 25 megawatts of load response capacity by making contract with Montana-Dakota customers.
– The customers participating in the program will also have the option to leverage Constellation Energy’s VirtuWatt energy management technology.
About Constellation NewEnergy
Constellation NewEnergy Inc (CNE), a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, is an energy company which provides power, natural gas, energy management products and services. The company offers wide range of integrated energy solutions in the areas of electricity and natural gas procurement, renewable energy supply, energy efficiency and distributed energy management. It also provides energy management products and services which include solar systems, billing systems, electricity payment options and home services among others. CNE supplies electricity, natural gas, and related products to various customers, such as distribution utilities, municipalities, cooperatives, commercial, industrial, government, and residential customers in competitive markets across the US. CNE is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, the US.
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