Inform - CPUC to Shift TOU for C&I Customers: How Does This Affect Economics?

by Austin Perea

Regulators have recently approved SDG&E’s proposal to shift time-of-use peak periods. With that precedent in mind, regulators are assessing similar proposals from the remaining IOUs that will be determined by end of 2017 that will also prove deleterious to project economics.

In this short report, GTM Research has partnered with BlueFlame Energy Finance to run a scenario-based analysis across a variety of different rate structures and 16 different building types to determine the range of impacts a TOU shift will present to commercial solar economics.


This report is only available to subscribers of GTM Research's U.S. Downstream Distributed Solar Service.

Austin Perea Senior Analyst, Solar

Austin is a senior analyst for GTM Research covering downstream demand for the U.S. solar market. Prior to joining GTM Research, Austin worked at The Boston Consulting Group, where he supported the energy practice as a research associate. During his undergraduate tenure at the University of New Hampshire, he spent time in Egypt and Jordan researching the potential for Islamic microfinance in poverty alleviation and established the first sustainable investment sector in the University's student-run investment group. He graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science and a minor in Middle Eastern Studies.

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