Utility load growth from EVs can actually benefit all ratepayers by providing societal benefits and reducing utilities’ average cost of service.
Time-varying rates is an effective way to satisfy customer demands.
How much of a $100 billion market in electric vehicles can utilities capture – or afford not to?
Time-varying rates from the get-go – not just by opt-in.
Market forces and fickle policies have delayed the smart meter revolution.
Refining the business case for advanced distribution investments.
As utilities plan their capital budgets for the next few years, investments in advanced distribution systems face an uncertain future. Customers question the value—and propriety—of some programs, while long-term strategic goals depend on seamless integration. What will be the path forward for smart grid technology?