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Independent Consultant, Rakon Energy LLC

Can Net Energy Metered (NEM) Solar participate in wholesale markets?

A key question that energy aggregators and distributed energy resource providers are wrestling with is: Can Net Energy Metered (NEM) solar participate in wholesale markets as FERC envisioned in Order 2222? Since all the grid operators have filed..

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Looking toward a changing future, Texas and California diverge on their demand response strategies.

The future is going to require enhanced planning for extreme weather and sustained abnormal temperatures. A case study from the U.S.’s two largest states in the contiguous country.

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