Distributed Generation

 
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Why Traditional Energy Efficiency Remains Essential

As techniques to achieve building decarbonization evolve, these traditional energy efficiency measures remain fundamental to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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What is the three-prong test—and why does it matter to CCAs?

On August 1, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) quietly approved a decision to modify a little-known policy called the “three-prong test.” An esoteric concept unfamiliar to anyone other than t

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New York & California Rethink Utility Relationship with Distributed Renewable Power

The impressive nationwide growth in the adoption of renewable distributed energy resources (DERs) provides technical challenges for utilities long accustomed to pushing power out from remote locations toward load centers in urban areas. When adoption was low, grid operators could largely ignore the existence of distributed renewables.