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December 14, 2020

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Gridworks is leading an initiative to help California Resource Adequacy market leaders address the troubled Resource Adequacy program. Our discussions are focusing on: Identifying current and future challenges for the heart of the program: maintaining a reliable balance of energy supply and demand How to evaluate the merits of different approaches, and Building consensus around […]

This month Gridworks began facilitating the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission’s Working Group on Advanced Rate Design in support of distributed energy resources. The Working Group will support the development of advanced rate design proposals for consideration by the Commission as a part of its policy-making for Distributed Energy Resources. Participating parties will share data and information, […]

June 17, 2018

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Mike's Corner

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Resource Adequacy, commonly referenced as “RA” for short, is a term that is often heard but frequently not well understood in the electricity sector. In the simplest terms, RA is just a regulatory construct developed to ensure that there will be sufficient resources available to serve electric demand under all but the most extreme conditions.

January 8, 2018

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Mike's Corner

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As I look forward to 2018, I see much work ahead for all of us involved in the California energy scene. Continued progress on renewable energy deployment, energy efficiency improvements, and vehicle and building electrification are all necessary to keep us on track toward meeting our goals for 2030 and beyond, and will require continued […]

October 3, 2017

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Mike's Corner

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The key to successful regionalization is a governance framework that clearly preserves each state’s existing authority to control the resource planning, resource mix and resource adequacy of its jurisdictional utilities. In the waning days of the recent California legislative session, bill language was introduced into the final weeks of action in Assembly Bills 726 & […]

July 19, 2017

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Mike's Corner

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Resource Adequacy, commonly referenced as “RA” for short, is a term that is often heard but frequently not well understood in the electricity sector. In the simplest terms, RA is just a regulatory construct developed to ensure that there will be sufficient resources available to serve electric demand under all but the most extreme conditions.

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