Utilities are beginning to accommodate renewable energies, but many wonder if it is enough to keep up with consumer demand and prepare for new regulations.
In the few short years, there has been an increase in the types of DERs connected to the grid across utilities of all sizes and geographic locations in North America. In this research report, West Monroe takes a comprehensive and linear look at how customers, utilities, and regulators are approaching this transformation, including:
Exploring the increase in the types of DERs connected to the grid
Why regulators and utilities are lagging with DER planning
How customer demand may outpace utility readiness
How inaction can create risk for utilities
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