NewEnergyNews: Policy Work On The National Grid Charges Ahead

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    Thursday, February 01, 2018

    Policy Work On The National Grid Charges Ahead

    The 50 States of Grid Modernization: 39 States and D.C. Took Grid Modernization Actions in 2017

    January 31, 2018 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center)

    “…[A total of 288 state and utility-level actions related to grid modernization were proposed, pending, or enacted in 2017 in] 39 states and the District of Columbia…63 state or utility proposals in 29 states to implement demand response programs or deploy advanced metering infrastructure, smart grid technologies, microgrids, or energy storage were pending or decided…26 states plus D.C. considered or enacted changes to policies related to grid modernization, including energy storage targets and clean peak standards…24 states plus D.C. took action to study or investigate grid modernization, energy storage, demand response, or rate reform…18 states plus 5 regional transmission organizations considered changes to utility planning processes or rules enabling market access…17 states plus D.C. took action related to utility business model or rate reforms…14 states considered adopting new incentives or making changes to existing incentives for energy storage and microgrids…” click here for more

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