1. Despite Concerns, Utilities Are Open To Investing In Distributed Generation

    Despite Concerns, Utilities Are Open To Investing In Distributed Generation

    Bill Roush, Renewable Energy Consultant for Black & Veatch’s energy business, said third-party energy storage technologies are also altering how electric utilities function. With the Teslas and Daimlers of the world working to install behind-the-meter battery storage for commercial and industrial utility customers, electric utilities are facing a variety of challenges and opportunities.

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    1. Black & Veatch has been working with utility clients on the first steps of these processes.
    2. Black & Veatch is working with utilities that are rethinking their approach to planning in the face of third-party innovation and disruption.
    3. Answers to those questions will go far toward determining a utility's ability to move with the changes sweeping across the marketplace.
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