by Stephen Lacey
October 28, 2016

Regulators across the country find themselves in a tricky position. Some are making real-time decisions about how to support new technologies that could cause multibillion-dollar swings in distributed energy investments. Others are just starting to toy with the idea of opening up a market beyond the monopoly utility.

Travis Kavulla’s job is to wrestle with that diverse range of experience -- and help find some common ground among the people who shape the rules that guide our grid.

Kavulla is the president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Stephen Lacey talked to him on stage at GTM's Solar Market Insight conference, where Kavulla argued the Republican case for creating the distributed grid and outlined the challenges faced by regulators across the country.

Remember, you can watch all our sessions from that conference at GTM Squared here.

Paste the following URL into your preferred podcast app or click the Open Podcast Feed button to subscribe to The Interchange: Open Podcast Feed