grid transparency

Nevada’s latest step for consumer-driven clean energy: distribution resource planning reforms

Nevada is one of a handful of states to adopt legislation directing its public service commission and regulated investor-owned utility to initiate a comprehensive distribution resource planning  (DRP) reform effort.

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What Grid Transparency Looks Like

With little fanfare or attention, the main investor-owned utilities in California released their first Integration Capacity Analyses (ICA) and supporting distribution system maps at the beginning of 2019. IREC has done an in-depth exploration of the capabilities of the maps and advocated for ongoing improvements, encouraging the commission to establish a process for ensuring the utilities remedied both the data quality and usability issues.

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IREC Leads Charge for Grid Transparency Win in California

IREC’s leadership before the California Public Utilities Commission has again resulted in a landmark ruling, marking an important milestone for grid transparency and fair grid access, not just in California but for all states.

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