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Perspectives on which DERs are having the most impact on utility operations differ between regulators and utility executives, resulting in mismatch between utility operations and how regulations may be implemented.
SMART HOME/SMART BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES
Since 2015, the DERs opportunity has increased—but that comes with heightened challenges
Utilities are beginning to accommodate renewable energies, but many wonder if it is enough to keep up with consumer demand and prepare for new regulations.
We surveyed utility executives, customers, and regulators. Here’s what they had to say.
Uncertain cost and benefit implications
What regulatory changes are you making to promote the addition of DERs?
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Senior Manager, West Monroe Partners
Are DERs a threat to or an opportunity for utilities?
“Integrating DERs, while maintaining safe, reliable, and affordable energy for all customers is a huge undertaking. Meanwhile, third-party players on the periphery are coming up with solutions that customers are asking for—if utilities don’t quicken their pace, opportunities will be lost.”
Changing traditional cost of service model
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Utility executives report solar has the biggest impact on their operations
while regulators report a wider range of DERs having an impact.
What's driving DERs on your system?
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What are the top challenges DERs present to regulators?
Limited state and commission resources