by Jeff St. John
November 30, 2015

California is in the midst of transforming its utility and power grid regulations, with an aim of incorporating distributed energy resources like rooftop solar, behind-the-meter batteries, plug-in electric vehicles, and flexible demand-side resources into the state’s energy mix by the end of this decade. It’s a multifaceted transformation, with many moving parts -- net metering 2.0 regulations, a gigawatt-scale energy storage mandate, utility-scale distributed energy procurements, self-generation incentives, demand-response auctions, and...