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What does CPP stand for?

CPP stands for Critical Peak Pricing (demand response; utility rates)

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Innovative billing and rating systems are essential to accelerate ROI on smart meters by immediately allowing energy companies to introduce a variety of tariff options such as Time-of-Use (ToU), Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) or simply to provide more personalised tariffs, pricing and services," says Ms Zong.
html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Real_Estate Direct Load Control, Time-of-Use, Critical Peak Pricing, and Peak-Time Rebate Programs for Residential Customers: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts Demand response (DR) is increasingly becoming an important part of the resource mix for utilities and grid operators, especially in managing peak electricity demand.
The Brattle report reviews the various forms of dynamic pricing, such as time-of-use pricing, critical peak pricing, peak time rebates, and real time pricing, for a variety of performance metrics including economic efficiency, equity, bill risk, revenue risk, and risk to vulnerable customers.