Number of Credits (if applicable): BPI: 2.0 Course Length: 2 hrs
Course Description: This course reviews ADR communication and configuration. Students learn to identify typical Virtual End Node to load configurations and explore ADR implementation examples. The course explores ADR strategies for different facility types, including detailing temperature reset and duty cycling for demand response with HVAC systems. It dives into fast and flexible DR and provides a review of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory demand study.
Audience: Business owners/operators, facility managers, technicians, and utility program managers.
Explain ADR communication and configuration protocols
Understand how demand response can be implemented in facility types and how it looks
Review the four categories of demand response, including shape, shift, shed and shimmy