Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has released two reports that highlight the influence of both residential and non-residential solar installations on nearby residential solar adoption rates.Read More & Register
Archived Webinar Recordings
EPB, a municipal electric distribution utility serving approximately 190,000 homes and businesses in Chattanooga, Tennessee, has installed energy storage systems at four locations in its service territory. The energy storage systems provide resiliency for critical community facilities, as well as peak demand reduction, which saves money for EPB’s customers.
A new report by NREL compares behind-the-meter battery storage across all fifty states. This first-of-its-kind BTM storage policy stack includes 11 parent policy categories, and 31 associated policies divided across the market preparation, creation, and expansion policy components.
Customer-sited solar+storage can help homes and businesses maintain essential activities during grid outages. A new report by Berkeley Lab estimates the performance of commercially available solar+storage systems in providing behind-the-meter critical-load or whole-building backup power during long-duration outages.
The webinar will present on analysis frameworks, case studies, and applications of EPRI’s Distributed Energy Resource Value Estimation Tool (DER-VET™) utilized across a large array of grid applications for a variety of stakeholders—including customers, technology providers and developers, utilities, and regulators.
This webinar explores one integrated technical and process concept designed to manage interconnection costs and streamline interconnection timelines to support near-term renewable energy deployment.
Winter electric peaking capacity services are currently undervalued in the Massachusetts programs that provide battery customers with performance payments to supply power back to the grid at times of high demand.
Local Solar for All’s Karl Rabago will discuss how advanced utility planning modeling shows that scaling local distributed energy resources can lead to a least-cost clean grid.
This Clean Energy Group webinar will discuss the findings of a new report, “ConnectedSolutions: A Program Assessment for Massachusetts,” that assesses the design and performance of the Massachusetts ConnectedSolutions program.
This webinar will present new economic analysis showing how commercial facilities in Massachusetts (and beyond) can maximize energy savings and resiliency by installing solar PV and battery storage systems under the new ConnectedSolutions battery incentive program.
This webinar described existing participation barriers for DERs in wholesale electricity markets and how Order 2222 should help lower them.