By Adam Gerza
on 9/23/2020
  • Energy Storage Association
  • FERC 2222
  • FERC 841
  • Storage ITC
In this “ETB Ask an Expert” interview, we discussed a few key, current federal energy storage policy topics with Kelly Speakes-Backman, the CEO at the Energy Storage Association (ESA). Topics include FERC Order 1841, FERC Order 2222, Energy Storage (ITC) investment tax credit legislation, and ESA's recently announced 100 GW's by 2030 vision. read more...
By Adam Gerza
on 9/16/2020
  • California net metering
  • NEM-3
  • net metering tariff
Key takeaways: The CPUC has formally opened its NEM-3 proceeding, which will redefine the rules for the Net Energy Metering (NEM) tariff in California. The recently released NEM 2.0 lookback study concluded that NEM 2.0 customers have net benefited from the structure and ratepayers have seen increased rates as a ... read more...
By Paulina Rosencrans
on 8/13/2020
  • Almacenamiento de Energía
  • Cargos de Demanda
  • Energía Solar Fotovoltaica
La plataforma de modelado Energy Toolbase ha experimentado un incremento constante de la actividad en el mercado de LATAM (Latinoamérica). Desde que abrimos oficialmente nuestra plataforma para modelar proyectos internacionales (fuera de los EE. UU.) En abril de 2018, hemos visto una tasa de crecimiento anual compuesto (o CAGR por ... read more...
By Kevin Mulvey
on 8/3/2020
  • new york solar
  • new york storage
  • REV
  • VDER
New York’s solar and energy storage market has evolved significantly in recent years, which we summarized in a previous blog where we unpacked the policies and initiatives driving the market forward. To successfully deploy projects in New York, developers first need to be able to interpret the technical language that ... read more...
By Adam Gerza
on 7/30/2020
  • CPUC
  • energy storage
  • SGIP
In our very first “ETB Ask an Expert” interview series we explored the topic of SGIP, the Self Generation Incentive Program in California, which is the longest running and most lucrative behind-the-meter energy storage incentive program in the country. The SGIP program was recently re-upped with $675 million dollars of ... read more...