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    Thursday, November 08, 2018

    The Heat Stays On Grid Mod Efforts

    The 50 States of Grid Modernization: 39 States + DC Took Action on Grid Modernization in Q3 2018

    November 1, 2018 (The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center)

    “…39 states and the District of Columbia took [state regulatory and legislative discussions and actions] related to [the grid modernization subjects of the utility business model and rate reforms, energy storage, microgrids, and demand response] during Q3 2018…[Three new trends in the activity in Q3 were] (1) states considering a wide variety of metrics for utility performance incentives; (2) utility technology deployment proposals picking up, and (3) utilities eyeing comprehensive distributed energy resource programs for customers. Utilities filed proposals for at least $2.36 billion in investment in advanced metering infrastructure and smart grid deployment during the quarter…

    …[According to the update, the] top five policy developments of Q3 2018 were…Massachusetts legislators adopting the country’s first clean peak standard…Ohio and Oregon Commissions publishing grid modernization reports…PSE&G New Jersey proposing a $4 billion Clean Energy Future plan…Nevada regulators approving a distributed resource planning framework; and…The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission approving a settlement on National Grid’s Power Sector Transformation proposal…” click here for more

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