California invests in “by location” distributed energy resources

“California is leading the nation with several pilot projects to reward more rooftop solar energy generators and other distributed energy resources in specific locations as an alternative to utilities’ needs to invest in upgrading their electricity generation networks. This use of Locational Net Benefit Analysis (LNBA) can foster the growth of hundreds of megawatts of rooftop solar and other distributed energy resources (DER) per year, reckons Sahm White, the economics and policy analysis director of the Clean Coalition, an Oakland-based clean energy non-profit.”

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