The Future of Electricity Resource Planning
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory hosted a webinar on September 29, 2016 titled "The Future of Electricity Resource Planning." To view a recording of the webinar, click here.
This report examines the future of electricity resource planning in the context of a changing electricity industry. The report examines emerging issues and evolving practices in five key areas that will shape the future of resource planning: (1) central-scale generation, (2) distributed generation, (3) demand-side resources, (4) transmission and (5) uncertainty and risk management. The analysis draws on a review of recent resource plans for 10 utilities that reflect some of the U.S. electricity industry’s extensive diversity.
Future Electric Utility Regulation Report Series
FEUR Report No. 6
Year of Publication
Electricity Markets and Policy, Utility Business Models, FEUR, Grid Operations Infrastructure & Valuation