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Whether testifying before Congress or auditing Ellen DeGeneres' house, Matt Golden has been spreading the word about energy efficiency for years.An entrepreneur, policy advocate, and efficiency...

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FERC 2222 Promises to Enable A Scalable Consistent Market for DERs, But Will It Work?

We think it will... but both the devil and God are in the details!

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Bob Meinetz on Dec 4, 2020

Matt, in engineering the simplest way to get the job done is nearly always the cheapest and most reliable.

If our job is to bring reliable, inexpensive electricity to the most people, DERs are going straight backwards.

However, If our job is allow more people to profit from a piece of the energy pie, to pretend electricity customers have freedom of choice, to sell as many solar panels as possible, or ignore economies of scale and burn billions of extra cubic feet of natural gas, DERs are the obvious choice!

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