You'll find your service account on the upper right side of your bill. If your company has multiple service accounts, use the relevant service account listed in the "Summary of your billing detail" section.
You'll find your service address on the upper right side of your bill. If your company has multiple service accounts, use one of the service addresses listed in the "Summary of your billing detail" section.
A Prohibited Resource is a distributed generation resource that is fueled by diesel, natural gas, gasoline, propane, or liquefied petroleum gas, in topping cycle Combined Heat and Power (CHP) or non-CHP configuration.
The Prohibited Resources Prohibition stems from aligning Demand Response with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) clean energy policies, where there is a preference for cleaner technologies and an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
By indicating that you may need to use your Prohibited Resource(s) to reduce load during Demand Response events for health, safety, or operational reasons, the nameplate capacity value of your resource will be excluded from your monthly incentive calculation.
The Firm Service Level (FSL) is the amount of load you need to reduce to during an event. Your facility's electrical usage must not exceed your FSL throughout the event to avoid Excess Energy Charges.
If you indicated that you may need to use your Prohibited Resource(s) to reduce load during a DR event for health, safety, or operational reasons, your FSL must be set at no less than your nameplate capacity value, also known as the Default Adjustment Value (DAV).
Reduce electrical load to your Firm Service Level (FSL) within 15 or 30 minutes of event notification.
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