Missed a Peak on July 19th, 2019? We didn’t. pTrack™ was able to accurately predict the peak by taking into consideration reaction to IESO data. Consumers who relied solely on IESO estimates would have missed the peak day since the peak hour was inaccurately projected by the IESO peak tracker.
As the GA cost pool is decreasing year over year, the decision to either opt-in to Class A or Class B needs to be more thought out. Decreasing GA cost pool means that the amount of potential savings is also reduced, so only customers who can hit all 5 peaks and curtail cheaply will reap the full benefit of being Class A.
With the increased number of ICI participants and embedded energy resources like generators and battery storage coming onto the grid, predicting the top 5 coincident peak hours is increasingly difficult. Read on to learn why AI is a necessity for predicting the Top 5 Peaks.