by Julia Pyper
June 14, 2016

New York state is working its way through a precedent-setting docket on the valuation of distributed energy resources (DERs). The docket (15-E-0751) is a part of New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision proceeding (14-M-0101).

On April 18, a range of stakeholders filed proposals on alternatives to traditional retail-rate net energy metering (NEM) as the state transitions to a new valuation mechanism based on the formula of LMP+D -- where “LMP” represents the location-based marginal price of energy and “D” represents the value provided to the...