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U.S. firms move in to assist Japan in electric market reforms

Japan's move to open its electric energy sector to new entrants presents a ripe business opportunity for U.S. consultancies and other firms and organizations wanting to help it make the transition.

OpenADR Alliance

When you enjoy the position of being the only global standard, it seems only natural that you'll be called upon to consult with new markets. That's how the OpenADR Alliance, based in California, got involved in Japan's move to a competitive market.

ADR is an acronym that stands for Automated Demand Response. The mission of the alliance is to foster the development and adoption of demand response standards worldwide. 

Barry Haaser, managing director of OpenADR Alliance, said that, after testing OpenADR for several months, "the Japanese government decided it would be wise to adopt it as a national standard and use it as a part of their grid framework." 

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