by Julia Pyper
July 20, 2018

The grid edge is a complex place (and we have the graphic to prove it).

The grid edge is where utilities, consumers and an ecosystem of technologies — from smart thermostats and solar to electric vehicles and energy storage — all intersect and are creating new markets and business models in the process.

Policy is changing too. In many ways, policy is actually making the grid edge transformation possible.

Earlier this week, GTM’s Jeff St. John led a fantastic interactive roundtable discussion for Squared members about the evolution of distributed energy at the edge. As our resident state-level policy wonk, I contributed a list of relevant policy developments. Here is that list, along with some additional insights gleaned from the roundtable discussion.