States have long had the right to design retail billing and rate policies to facilitate the adoption of distributed energy resources.
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Net Energy Metering and State Authority: What's at Stake for Advanced Energy in FERC Petition
Live on Wednesday, June 3, at 3pmET / 12noonPT
States have long had the right to design retail billing and rate policies to facilitate the adoption of distributed energy resources, but right now that’s under threat of federal preemption. Net energy metering and similar practices have long been an important tool for states, as well as municipal and cooperative utilities, to empower consumers to take control over their energy supply. A recent petition from a little-known group called the New England Ratepayers Association asks the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to upend the status quo and expand federal regulatory authority over these policies and the customers that participate in them – with ramifications well beyond just net energy metering for rooftop solar. This webinar will explain how FERC ruling the wrong way could impact existing and emerging state and municipal and cooperative utility approaches to supporting distributed energy resources in retail markets.
Ted Thomas, Chairman, Arkansas Public Service Commission
Hannah Muller, Director of Public Policy, Clearway Energy
John McCaffrey, Senior Regulatory Counsel, American Public Power Association
Jeff Dennis, Managing Director and General Counsel, Advanced Energy Economy
Advanced Energy Economy / 1000 Vermont Ave., N.W., Third Floor, Washington, D.C. 20005
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