Dynamic Pricing is the focus of the next meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Distributed Resources Initiative (MADRI) in Philadelphia on May 7th. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about state efforts to implement dynamic pricing and advanced metering, participate in a discussion on the landscape and opportunities for implementing dynamic pricing in the PJM market, as well as opportunities for competitive service providers to offer mass market dynamic pricing. Visit the MADRI website to view the full agenda. An audio conference option is offered for those not joining the meeting in person. .
MADRI meets approximately six times per year to address retail barriers to the deployment of distributed generation, demand response, and energy efficiency in the Mid-Atlantic region. Formed in 2004, the group promotes the implementation of distributed resources as a competitive alternative to generation and transmission in ensuring grid reliability and an effective wholesale electric market. The MADRI meetings, which draw participants from federal and state regulatory agencies, utilities, research and service organizations, as well as key stakeholders from the energy industry, focus on educating participants, developing alternative distributed resource solutions, as well as pursuing regional consensus on the preferred solutions.