Utilities have developed the concept of critical peak pricing (CPP) (PG&E 2007, SCE 2007a, and SCE 2007b) and real time pricing (RTP) (Gabel et al.
What does CPP stand for?
CPP stands for Critical Peak Pricing (demand response; utility rates)
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- Corrugated Polyethylene Pipe
- Cost Per Page (printers)
- Cost Per Point
- Cost per Procedure
- Counter Proliferation Programme (Europol)
- Creating Profitable Partnerships (UK)
- Creative Parallel Processing
- Creative Pioneer Programme (National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts; UK)
- Credential for Practice Program
- Crime Prevention Program (California)
- Critical Performance Parameter
- Critical Process Parameter
- Crop Protection Programme (UK)
- Crumpler Plastic Pipe Inc.
- Cuba Poster Project
- Cumulative Patient Profile (various organizations)
- Cure Parkinson's Project
- Current Patent Practice (World Wide Web Consortium)
- Current Perpendicular-to-the-Plane (spin valve)
- Current Purchasing Power
Samples in periodicals archive:
When asked about pricing and rates, which ranked as the fifth leading concern, close to one-third of the survey respondents rated decoupling and critical peak pricing as very important.