Con Edison Unveils Auction Numbers for Its Pioneering Demand Management Program in New York

By [email protected] In an effort to delay construction of a $1.2 billion substation, New York utility Consolidated Edison will offer nearly $1,000 per kilowatt per year for assets used to shed electrical load in Queens and Brooklyn.

The auction for Con Edison’s Brooklyn Queens Demand Management project ran in late July to provide relief for the 2017 and 2018 summer seasons. The demand response program will shed a total of 22 megawatts from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. for the next couple of summer seasons.

The auction is a crucial part of the BQDM project, which will shed approximately 52 megawatts of load from

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