Designed and evaluated the Smart Energy Pricing (SEP) pilot program for three consecutive years. The pilot was designed to quantify the impacts of critical peak pricing (CPP) and peak time rebates (PTR) on residential customer consumption patterns. Conducted an econometric analysis to estimate demand systems and predict substitution and daily price elasticities for participating customers. Using the parameters of the demand equations, quantified demand, energy, and bill impacts associated with the programs. Impacts of the socio-demographic characteristics of the participants as well as their ownership of enabling technologies were separately identified on the demand response of the program participants.