New York Electric Utilities Propose Compensation Methods For Storage-Paired Distributed Generation

New York electric utilities proposed a joint tariff providing four options to compensate projects pairing clean energy and storage to ensure that the “value stack” pricing components are available only when it is clear that energy exported to the distribution system originates from the eligible generating equipment, according to a June 19 filing with the…

EnerKnol’s Visual Primer – Smart Charging Boosts Role of Electric Vehicles in Balancing Evolving Power Grid

The smart grid evolution has unleashed opportunities for electric vehicles thanks to technologies that allow them to feed power back into the grid. Utilities and grid regulators are eyeing plug-ins as a flexible resource class helping address the intermittency of renewables and reduce peak power demand.