Widespread zero-emission vehicle adoption and fleet electrification is a critical piece of the global energy transition
As evidenced by the growing adoption of customer-sited solutions and microgrids, Standby Charges and Departing Load Charges are not insurmountable barriers. However, policy hinderances slow the full potential of microgrids being realized.
The state of New York released an order to implement an Integrated Energy Data Resource (IEDR) that will create aa central, independent platform for access to customer and system data, opening the doors for a more democratized approach to distributed energy resource development to benefit energy customers and electric grid alike.
While a behind-the-meter on-site energy solution is not cookie-cutter, there is a fairly common “recipe” for success. The ingredients are generally the same every time, but the portions may be larger or smaller to fit the overall goal of the recipe which is to build something that delivers on the customer’s needs.
“Expecting a single technology solution to solve all energy issues is unaware of the realities that rest with the thousands of different applications of energy use in commercial and industrial businesses. The true objective is not to reduce greenhouse gases alone. It is to reduce GHG, improve business resilience, make power more reliable for digital business needs, and bring cost certainty to the customer, together.