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New Workshop for Implementing Automated Demand Response Programs
Training for Utilities, DR Designers, Program Implementers Conducted by OpenADR Alliance Training Partner QualityLogic
Simi Valley, CA – October 16, 2014 – QualityLogic Inc. (www.qualitylogic.com), the official training partner of the OpenADR Alliance, is offering a new workshop, "Implementing Automated Demand Response (DR) Programs," for utilities, DR designers, and program implementers who are planning to use OpenADR 2.0. OpenADR 2.0 is a low-cost, speedy, reliable communications infrastructure that allows utilities and grid operators to send DR signals directly to building automation and control systems on customers’ sites using a common language and existing communications technology.
The one-day workshop is endorsed by the OpenADR Alliance, which fosters the development, adoption, and compliance of the Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) standard through collaboration, education, training, testing, and certification.
The primary purpose of the Implementing Automated DR Programs Workshop is to inform utility DR program managers, designers and implementers about how best to use OpenADR-based systems for automating DR. The workshop covers:
• OpenADR 2.0 features and functions;
• Designing DR programs with OpenADR 2.0;
• OpenADR and the Demand Response Management System; and
• Interoperability and pre-deployment testing methodologies and tools.
"OpenADR 2.0 brings reliability, predictability and lower costs to demand-response solutions for commercial, industrial and residential applications," said James Mater, QualityLogic co-founder and Smart Grid Business general manager. "We've been helping companies get started with this important Smart Grid standard through training for several years now, and we're pleased to bring this class to those working on OpenADR 2.0 implementation."
"This workshop is an invaluable resource for anyone developing, implementing or managing DR programs," said Barry Haaser, managing director, OpenADR Alliance. "Attendees will gain valuable insight into how the OpenADR standard can be used to create secure, reliable, affordable and scalable DR and energy efficiency programs."
The private workshops, led by QualityLogic Chief Test Architect Jim Zuber, are conducted on-site or near-site for members of a specific organization. The private workshop format enables an open dialog about specific company issues and allows the team to derive maximum value from the expert instruction and resources in a confidential setting.
For more information, visit http://www.qualitylogic.com/Contents/Smart-Grid/Products-Services/Interop-Consulting-for-Utilities/Implementing-Automated-DR-Programs.aspx
QualityLogic was selected by the OpenADR Alliance to develop a conformance and interoperability test tool for OpenADR compliant products, and by Itron to develop and conduct testing for its ChoiceConnect® ERT® Certification Program. QualityLogic is the testing partner for the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration, the largest project of its kind in the U.S. The Company offers interoperability, conformance, and certification test solutions for other Smart Energy technologies and is an active participant in Smart Grid standards activities, including the OpenADR and Bluetooth Alliance, Consortium for SEP 2 Interoperability, SGIP, GWAC, and others.
For more information, visit www.qualitylogic.com.
ABOUT THE OPENADR ALLIANCE
The OpenADR Alliance fosters the development, adoption, and compliance of the Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) standard through collaboration, education, training, testing, and certification. The OpenADR Alliance is open to all interested stakeholders interested in accelerating the adoption of the OpenADR standard for price- and reliability-based demand response. More information can be obtained at www.openadr.org/.
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