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05 Oct
Net Metering Debates Rev UP, But Regulators are Skeptical of Utility Proposals
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Resource Type : Blog Post
Topic : Net Energy Metering    
State : @Federal    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2017
Looking at the trends in the national net metering debate.
23 Feb
Reframing LCOE: New Interactive Tool Expands the Scope of Generation Cost Comparisons
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Resource Type : Blog Post
Topic : Valuation, Analysis, BCA    Technology    
State : @National    Texas    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2017
This blog post discusses the recently developed tool for a more granular analysis of the cost (including externalities) of generating electricity from different sources. This development is the result of the research conducted by the University of Texas (UT) at Austin on the issue.
23 Feb
Research spotlight: Solar Cost Shift Negligible, DER Valuation Efforts Advancing Slowly
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Resource Type : Blog Post
Topic : Valuation, Analysis, BCA    
State : @Federal    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2017
The blog post reviews recent developments surrounding the growth and valuation of distributed generation, including its impacts to the grid.
18 Oct
So Close, So Far: Can Maine Put Its Near Agreement On Solar Net Metering Back Together Again?
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Resource Type : Blog Post
Topic : Net Energy Metering    
State : Maine    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2016
This news article discusses Maine's Net Metering ("NEM") and its proposed review.
18 Oct
RIP FITS: As U.S. Feed-in Tariffs Fade, Adopting Elements Could Spur Solar Growth
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Resource Type : Research or Whitepaper
Topic : Net Energy Metering    
State : @Federal    @International    @National    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2016
This short article discusses the evolution of Feedin Tariffs and Net Metering. It also suggests how elements of both incentive schemes could help policymakers settle on a more sustainable, long term solar support.
21 Jul
Caps Raised, New Hampshire Turns Attention to Imminent Struggle Over Solar Value
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Resource Type : News Article
Topic : Net Energy Metering    
State : New Hampshire    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2016
Net energy metered distributed solar was fading in New Hampshire as developers neared the state policy’s cap. But in March, legislators came together and passed a new law doubling the limit. Problem solved? Not quite.
13 Apr
Is solar worth $0.33 per kWh? Inside Maine's valuation debate
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Resource Type : News Article
Topic : Valuation, Analysis, BCA    
State : Maine    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2015
Commentary about Maine's study that found that solar's real and whole value may be over $0.33 per kilowatt-hour (kWh).
08 Apr
Beyond net-metering: How location can help put a price on DER
Friday, April 8, 2016
Resource Type : News Article
Topic : Net Energy Metering    Valuation, Analysis, BCA    
State : @National    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2016
This article discusses the introduction of value of study studies and how different states are progressing in the debate of whether retail rates net-metering should still be used.
08 Apr
Beyond fixed charges: 'Disruptive Challenges' author charts new utility path
Friday, April 8, 2016
Resource Type : News Article
Topic : Valuation, Analysis, BCA    
State : @National    
Author : Herman K. Trabish
Adoption Year : 2015
This article does a comparison of Peter Kind's 2013 paper, Disruptive Challenges, and his 2015 paper, Pathways to a 21st Century Utility. In his 2013 paper, Kind encouraged the utility sector to response to disruption of distributed energy resources by coming up with techniques to preserve their revenue streams. In his 2015 paper, Kind promotes the a sector that is more nimble and competitive, likely made up of smaller utilities.