All Posts tagged Electricity Rate Design
Electricity Rate Design, Signal, Time of Use, Distributed Energy, Demand Response, Rocky Mountain Institute, NARUC
We here at Genability think a lot about electricity tariffs, their design and their impact. It’s why we built our latest product Signal, and our company for that matter. We fundamentally believe that the power of price...
By Tarpan Dixit
What did the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) recently decide, and what does that suggest about the longer term California energy prices and their impact on the rapidly growing solar market?
By Justin Lee
Rate design is becoming increasingly important. With some solar incentives and tax credits (ITC) coming to an end in the near future, solar-friendly utility tariffs (or rate schedules) are key to the economic viability of solar. Genability...
By Eric Danziger
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has done a re-org to their residential rate structure. In an effort to show a more accurate cost of generation and encourage conservation, PG&E’s new rate structure converts generation and distribution...
By Eric Danziger
Explorer, Electricity Rate Engine, Electricity Rate Database, Fixed Costs, Seasonal Electricity Rates, Time of Use, Riders, Electricity Rate Design, Demand Charges, Peak Pricing
Since we launched Genability at the end of last year, we’ve been often asked for a quick start to understanding electricity tariffs. With that in mind,we put together a simple glossary of electricity tariff features, complete with...
By John Tucker
Incentive API, Electricity Rate Design, Electrictity Rate Database, Electricity Rates, Electricity Rate Engines, Calculator API, Avoided Cost of Power, Solar, Solar Incentives, Tiered Pricing, Time of Use
John Farrell at Renewable Energy World reported last month that Distributed Solar is nearing ‘Grid Parity’. His main point is that installed Solar Photovoltaics are very close to being cost competitive with grid power in numerous areas...
By Robb Miller