- Data analysis and cleaning.
- Weather stations and concepts selection.
- Construction of key explanatory variables.
- Technique selection.
- Final model specification
The Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) was established legislatively in 2001 to help address peak electricity problems in California. Since its inception, the SGIP has provided incentives to a wide variety of distributed energy technologies, including advanced energy storage. By the end of 2017, the SGIP had provided incentives to 828 behind-the-meter (BTM) battery storage projects installed across residential and nonresidential sectors, representing almost 67 MW of capacity. Attend this webcast to learn more about the results of Itron’s 2017 SGIP Advanced Energy Storage Impact Evaluation Report. We will cover the behavior of BTM energy storage systems in detail, including their effects on customer bills, coincident and non-coincident demand impacts and CO2 emissions. We will also explore the influence of retail rates on storage dispatch and dive into the apparent misalignment between rate design, utility marginal costs, and marginal emission rates.
Itron @ World Gas Conference
Walter E. Washington Convention Centre