NewEnergyNews: The Energy Transition’s Grid Modernization Marches On

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    Wednesday, May 11, 2022

    The Energy Transition’s Grid Modernization Marches On

    The 50 States of Grid Modernization Q1 2022: States Focus on Promoting Grid Resiliency During Q1 2022

    April 28, 2022 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…[NCCETC’s The Q1 2022 50 States of Grid Modernization] finds that 49 states, as well as the District of Columbia, took actions related to grid modernization during Q1 2022…with the greatest number of actions relating to energy storage deployment (80), utility business model reforms (51), smart grid deployment (43), advanced metering infrastructure deployment (35), time-varying rates (30), and data access policies (28)…

    A total of 578 grid modernization actions were taken during Q1 2022. New York, Massachusetts, California, Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, and Hawaii took the greatest number of actions during the quarter, followed by Washington, Connecticut, and Missouri…[Three trends in grid modernization actions taken in Q1 2022 were] (1) states examining decommissioning and recycling of energy storage systems; (2) utilities pursuing resiliency-as-a-service programs; and (3) state legislators exploring financing and incentives for resiliency improvements…

    …[The top five policy developments of Q1 2022 were…Virginia regulators approving Dominion Energy’s grid transformation plan…The New Mexico Energy Minerals, and Natural Resources Department releasing its grid modernization roadmap…The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission approving a bring your own device tariff framework…Maine and New Hampshire regulators addressing statewide energy data platforms…[and] New Jersey regulators approving Jersey Central Power & Light’s AMI deployment…” click here for more

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