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...