Dominion Energy’s latest attempt at a time-of-use program has earned some praise from solar advocates.
A proposal by the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority is designed to drive the deployment of 580 megawatts of energy storage capacity by 2030.
Platte River Power Authority expects fully eliminating emissions will require more distributed resources and changes to how it manages peak demand.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission last month required the utility to provide more information on its strategy to reduce electricity usage during busy times.
State regulatory staff recently recommended that utilities offer discounts for charging vehicles during off-peak hours.