CEG filed comments to the Vermont Public Utility Commission in a docket considering, among other things, the question of whether the state’s energy efficiency program should include behind-the-meter (BTM) energy storage as an efficiency measure. Currently, energy storage is offered to residential customers by Green Mountain Power, the state’s largest (but not only) utility. But the efficiency program, which reaches all Vermont residents, is administered by a separate efficiency utility, and does not include storage as an eligible technology. CEG has advocated that BTM energy storage be added to the state’s efficiency program.
This is CEG’s second filing in this docket.
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Author(s): Todd Olinsky-Paul
Published By: Clean Energy Group
Project: Energy Storage Policy
Technologies: Energy Storage