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New technologies and business models that did not have a lot of space in the room will now have an opportunity to flourish, Dan Finn-Foley, head of storage at Wood Mackenzie
“This order allows us to design for the future,” Ellta Kolo, Wood Mackenzie’s lead grid-edge researcher
“Enabling these flexible resources to participate together as ‘virtual power plants’ in wholesale markets is a victory for enhancing grid reliability, enabling a more resilient grid and lowering costs for customers,” Kelly Speakes-Backman, CEO of the Energy Storage Association
the new rule provides much-needed clarity on how to harness the energy and ancillary services that DERs provide, Katherine Gensler, the Solar Energy Industries Association’s vice president of regulatory affairs
Order 2222 appears to recognize the principle that any resource able to provide a defined service should be able to compete in the market, Gregory Wetstone, president of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)
[RJB] Order 2222 enables greater robustness and competition, breathing new life into wholesale markets, which benefits all stakeholders that are willing to adapt to take advantage of this new opportunity.