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    Grid Modernization Powers Ahead

    The 50 States of Grid Modernization Q2 2020: Utilities Increasingly Developing Distributed and Customer-Centric Solutions

    July 29, 2020 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…NCCETC’s Q2 2020 The 50 States of Grid Modernization found] that 45 states, as well as the District of Columbia, took actions related to grid modernization during Q2 2020…[The greatest number of actions related] to energy storage deployment (46), data access policies (32), utility business model reforms (31), distribution system planning (28) and advanced metering infrastructure opt-out rules (25)…A total of 421 grid modernization actions were taken during Q2 2020…[The update identified] three trends in grid modernization actions…(1) utilities increasingly proposing residential battery storage programs; (2) states undertaking efforts to improve electric grid resilience; and (3) utilities developing a growing number of critical peak pricing and peak time rebate programs…

    [T]he top five policy developments of Q2 2020 were…California regulators adopting Staff recommendations to accelerate the deployment of microgrids and resilience solutions…The Oregon Public Utility Commission approving a new residential storage incentive program for Portland General Electric…The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority opening three additional grid modernization proceedings…The DC Public Service Commission approving grid modernization recommendations related to distributed energy resources, non-wires alternatives, and data access; and..Kentucky Power Company filing a request for approval of AMI deployment and a new Grid Modernization Rider…” click here for more

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