Empowering Users, Service Providers, and Operators

Resources for stakeholders that enhance the use of clean technologies to optimize demand flexibility and efficiency

Fact Sheet

FERC Order No. 2222: Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides general information on FERC Order 2222, which enables DERs to participate alongside traditional resources in the regional organized wholesale markets through aggregations, ope... This fact sheet provides general information on FERC Order 2222, which enables DERs to participate alongside traditional resources in the regional organized wholesale markets through aggregations, opening U.S. organized wholesale markets to new sources of energy and grid services.
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Value Potential for Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings in the GSA Portfolio: A Cost-Benefit Analysis

This RMI report presents the significant potential value for the General Services Administration (GSA) portfolio in investing in GEBs. The report details what specific GEB technologies offer the great... This RMI report presents the significant potential value for the General Services Administration (GSA) portfolio in investing in GEBs. The report details what specific GEB technologies offer the greatest potential for a handful of cities across the U.S.
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A Framework for Organizing Current and Future Electric Utility Regulatory and Business Models

This report presents a framework to represent the broad spectrum of regulatory paradigms and utility business models that exist today and may develop in the U.S. over the next 10-20 years. The framewo... This report presents a framework to represent the broad spectrum of regulatory paradigms and utility business models that exist today and may develop in the U.S. over the next 10-20 years. The framework is based on two fundamental utility business model characteristics: profit motivation and profit achievement.
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Navigating Utility Business Model Reform

This RMI report presents the key elements of utility business model reform and explores implementation options to understand benefits and potential trade-offs. The report presents new procurement prac... This RMI report presents the key elements of utility business model reform and explores implementation options to understand benefits and potential trade-offs. The report presents new procurement practices that address non-wires alternatives and focus on procuring alternative resources such as energy efficiency, DR, and storage to meet system needs.
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