by Jeff St. John
May 05, 2017

It’s been a busy week at the grid edge. In California alone, we’ve seen the state’s premiere behind-the-meter battery program hit capacity, a rare emergency alert for demand response, and a conflict brewing between Southern California Edison and solar advocates over its grid modernization plans. 

Across the country, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) held a high-profile workshop this week on the daunting task of how to balance state policies with carbon-reduction goals and the fair operation of interstate energy markets. Plus,...