If you’re already taking advantage of various grid technologies like generators, load displacement might make sense for your business. Here’s why.
How it works
As per the Distribution System Code, load displacement refers to a generation facility that’s connected on the customer side of a connection point, and the output of the generation facility is used or intended to be used exclusively for your own consumption. It works by allowing customers using generators to offset their load consumption and allows them to be in control of their energy requirements.
Advantages of load displacement
- Lowered energy costs as you can charge your battery during off-peak rates and use it during peak times to help reduce your energy costs
- Enhanced energy resiliency during outages as it serves as an alternate source of power
- Helps mitigate impacts of rising rates as it offsets energy costs