How project developers form their bidding strategies – and what it means for prices and the industry.
A more dynamic approach to grid modernization.
Regulatory formulas for rewarding efficiency investments.
Assessing the risks and rewards of distributed energy strategies.
Concerned stakeholders seek an equitable cost-benefit ratio for all ratepayers.
A practical guide to explaining the value of the smart grid.
How DG and microgrids change the game for utilities.
Energy microgrids have emerged as more than just a curiosity. The technology is improving, costs are falling, and developers are lining up to build projects. How will microgrids overcome the substantial challenges that stand in their way?
The transition to distributed generation calls for a new regulatory model.
With the best of intentions, policymakers have encouraged the proliferation of distributed generation (DG) in various forms. Now, however, the trend toward DG is accelerating more rapidly than traditional utility ratemaking and business models are capable of managing. Failure to rationalize the regulatory framework will bring serious and costly disruption.
Microgrids begin to make economic sense.
Technology is changing the game. Is your utility ready?
Although today microgrids serve a tiny fraction of the market, that share will grow as costs fall. Utilities can benefit if they plan ahead.