Rates, Regulation, and Policy – Winter 2013-2014
The ScottMadden Energy Industry Update | January 2014
Distributed generation, net metering, and other potential sources of utility revenue reduction and disintermediation in the energy value chain are expanding. Meanwhile, utilities must continue to maintain grid reliability and reasonable rates for all customers. To accomplish this, utilities and their regulators are considering changes to the traditional regulatory construct and rate design to get this balance right. Read more below.
- Net Metering, Distributed Resources, and Utility Rates: Seeking a Balance
- Utility Regulatory Model What Changes Are Needed as Business Models Evolve?
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Net Metering, Distributed Resources, and Utility Rates: Seeking a Balance
Utility Regulatory Model – What Changes Are Needed as Business Models Evolve?
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- Viewpoint: Distributed Resources and Utility Business Models – The Chronicle of a Death Foretold?
- Viewpoint: The Net Metering Evolution Began in 2013
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- Viewpoint: Improving Regulatory Outcomes: Reengineering the Rate Case
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