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Efficiency Works Training: New Options for Managing Peak and Facility Demand
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Discover how electricity is generated by taking a half-day tour of Platte River Power Authority’s (PRPA) Rawhide Energy and Fort Collins Community Solar Garden. PRPA is the local wholesale electric provider owned by Fort Collins, Estes Park, Longmont and Loveland. For information or to register, visit

When: 10/26/2016
8:00 am - noon
Where: Community Room
215 N. Mason St.
Fort Collins, Colorado 
United States
Contact: Efficiency Works

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Join us to learn about the latest technology in demand response and management. Peak and facility demand charges can account for two-thirds of an energy bill, so proper management can save your customers thousands of dollars each year.

Pablo Bauleo, an Energy Services Engineer with Fort Collins Utilities, will present new methods and tools that can be used as a standalone solution or integrated into any efficiency project.

As part of the presentation, attendees will:

·understand the differences between facility demand and coincident peak charges

·get an update on the transition from "Hot Shot" to "Peak Partners"

·learn about the different tools offered by Utilities, including email notifications, the Peakload webpage and OpenADR automation

·learn about the OpenADR protocol and what it means for your facility·see a demonstration of a live OpenADR machine-to-machine automation system.


Pablo BauleoPablo Bauleo earned his master's and Ph.D. degrees in Physics from Buenos Aires University with a specialization in nuclear physics and astrophysics. He also holds multiple academic and professional certifications and an international certification in Project Management from the Project Management Institute. From 1996-2001 Bauleo was a staff scientist at the Argentinean Atomic Energy Commission, before joining Colorado State University as research assistant from 2001-08. He has been a guest researcher at various institutions in Italy, Slovenia and Sweden and is the author of over two dozen peer-reviewed publications, including an article that made the cover of Science. Currently, Bauleo is the lead of the Load Management and Demand Response programs at Fort Collins Utilities and member of the Advanced Meter Fort Collins Management Team.

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