The Resource Hub makes it easy for utilities, policymakers, advocates to enact statewide programs and policies that open the wholesale distributed market segment. Below is a wealth of information — including model policies, global best practices, and communications materials — to simplify the process of bringing large amounts of clean local energy online in your state.
Includes: Distribution Grid Interconnection — Siting Guidance, Interconnection Cost Legislation, Modern Interconnection Tariff
Includes: It’s Time for Grid Planners to Put Distributed Resources On Par With Transmission, Locational Benefits Brief, Planning Distributed Generation for Transmission Savings, Proactive Distribution Grid Planning Example
Includes: Drafting Legislation, Generating Support, Policies and Procedures, Pricing & Avoided Costs, Program Size
Includes: Advanced Inverters for Distributed PV: Latent Opportunities for Localized Reactive Power Compensation, Advanced Inverters — Recovering Costs and Compensating Benefits, CEC: Craig Lewis on “Flattening the Duck”, DG+IG Enhances System Reliability & Efficiency, Energy Storage: The Next Charge for Distributed Energy, Hunters Point Project Overview, Hunters Point Project Benefits Analysis, Integrating High Penetrations of Renewables
Includes: Catalogue Benefits of DG, Cost-Effectiveness of CLEAN Programs, Distributed Generation: Electricity Infrastructure Costs and Impacts, LCPG — Estimating CLEAN Economic Benefits, Hamilton Report on Clean Energy, Hunters Point Project Benefits Analysis, In-State Renewables Brief, Locational Benefits Brief, Minnesota Value of Solar Methodology, Qualifications and Direct Testimony of Karl R. Rabago