Talk:Energy demand management

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Page created by transferring material from non-capitalised: Energy demand management 02:00, 2005 Mar 12 MGTom (new - or has it been deleted meanwhile??)MGTom 01:20, 2005 Mar 12 (UTC)

Should have been done using the "move this page" link, to preserve article history. Also, the non-capitalized version is what's preferred by the manual of style. So I've moved it back and merged the histories of the two articles together. Bryan 01:43, 24 November 2005 (UTC)

technology[edit]

This page is about policy, mostly market mechanisms, and not about technologies - how to technically address demand. For this I've just started Demand-side technology. -- eiland (talk) 21:25, 7 November 2008 (UTC)

Train wreck[edit]

How can you are? This article needs an overhaul from some one who knows what they're talkin' about.

  • How is this a "train wreck"? It is written in a very intellectual style and it is written more from the large producer/consumer standpoint, so it could use more information from an individual standpoint (i.e. "utilities encourage people not to use appliances during the dinner hour"), but that doesn't invalidate the information already here. What do you think the article needs? Better yet, be bold and add it yourself! DeMatt (talk) 06:03, 8 May 2009 (UTC)

Gostaria de fazer 2 observações: Custo x benefício também tem que ser avaliado para a implementação de linhas de transmissão, pois traz impacto na tarifa. Considerando que o ideal, de fato, seria que a demanda fosse contida e creio que há como fazer isso via smart grid e por meio de uma ampla campanha de conscientização, pois o exemplo dado pela população brasileira em 2001 foi extraordinário, ocasião em que houve o apagão de energia elétrica, os consumidores reduziram 20% de seu consumo rapidamente, mostrando que havia consumo perdulário e inconsciente. A outra coisa, também tem que ver com o consumo perdulário, somente as perdas por furto de energia, são 19 TWh ano. Claro que se fossem legalizadas, seria demanda regular, contudo, com o montante bem reduzido, daí o círculo se fecha com o smart grid, na medida em que vc a combate e impulsiona um consumo consciente. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Reginacg (talkcontribs) 18:30, 12 April 2012 (UTC)

External Links[edit]

First link in the external links section is broken 209.145.84.222 (talk)

  • Good to know. Couldn't figure out what the original link should point to now, so I just erased it. Next time, be bold and do it yourself! The worst thing that'll happen is we'll mercilessly edit your edit out of existence. DeMatt (talk) 06:10, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

School project edits[edit]

In the next few days this page will soon get a significant revision and subsequent editing from students participating in the Public Policy Initiative. This article was chosen because it is missing content or sourcing and has been relatively innactive. Their draft articles are being formed in their user space and will be transfered here. Links to the drafts can be found at Wikipedia:WikiProject United States Public Policy/Courses/Political Economy of Technology and Science fall 2010. I will not be allowing students to that first initial transfer unless their article has been significantly improved in references and content. Please provide comments on the significant revisions and help the students improve the Wikipedia formatting. However, I would greatly appreciate that any major content changes be suggested to the students on the talk page so that they get the experience editing collaboratively and through consensus and feedback. The final date for the project is Friday December 10, expect significant editing from now until then. Thank you.

If you have any questions feel free to raise them here or on my talk page, Myself and other WP:Online Ambassadors will be monitoring their edits, so we will also be able to help fix issues on the pages, Sadads (talk) 01:20, 1 December 2010 (UTC)