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Representing an initial 22MW of aggregated demand, California'/ca/en/s Demand Response Auction Mechanism (DRAM) kicked into gear in Q4 of 2015, allowing utilities to procure aggregated demand response for resource adequacy. For the first time in the state'/ca/en/s history, third-party aggregators such as eMotorWerks are able to bid distributed energy resources (DERs) into the California ISO market, providing both wholesale day-ahead market and capacity participation.
JuiceNet enabled devices, such as eMotorWerks'/ca/en/ JuiceBox charging stations, are now participating in the DRAM, bringing direct grid services revenues to eMotorWerks.   Full article here