In the last State Bulletin column, I detailed three state policy trends to watch for in 2018: nuclear subsidies, PURPA reform and ratemaking for distributed energy resources.
Well, three trends weren’t enough, so I’m back this week with another one: community-choice aggregation.
The next column will round out this series with additional input from EQ Research.
Trickle to a flood: The rise of community choice energy
Community-choice aggregation has become national-level energy news.
Community choice programs allow a not-for-profit...