The National Weather Service predicts the PJM and NYISO energy market to be, on average, 30%-40% more likely to be hotter than normal. Along with the rise in temperature comes increased energy use, and inevitably, a greater stress on the grid, which increases the costs for everyone.
However, this doesn’t always need to be the case.
Rodan uses weather forecasts and other data to predict when grid demand is likely to peak. Our Peak Notification services extends a warning the day before peaks are likely to occur. Reducing energy usage at these times avoids costly transmission charges that comprise 25%-50% of a typical facilities electricity bill.
Rodan’s Peak Notification program reduces your business’s operational cost and puts money back into your pocket.
Contact us to learn more and https://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/long_range/seasonal.php?lead=02