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June420
Webinar (video)

Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era: Technical Topics

RAP’s Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era manual lays out an approach appropriate for the 21st century power grid, characterized by growing adoption of variable renewable energy, storage and demand-side technology. In a follow-up discussion to our earlier webinar on this topic, co-authors Jim Lazar and Paul Chernick and manual editor Mark LeBel took...

Presentation June 4, 2020

Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era: Technical Topics

By Jim Lazar, Paul Chernick, Mark LeBel

In a follow-up discussion to an earlier webinar, co-authors Jim Lazar and Paul Chernick and manual editor Mark LeBel took a more detailed, technical look at how to update cost allocation methods to ensure that costs are shared efficiently and fairly. The presentation breaks down specific issues to be considered within the generation, transmission and distribut...

Integrating Renewable Energy, Pricing and Rate Design, Regulation and Governance Download View Summary
Presentation February 26, 2020

Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era: Principles and Concepts

By Jim Lazar, Mark LeBel, Paul Chernick

In a webinar presentation, Jim Lazar, Mark Lebel and Paul Chernick discussed and answered questions about their newly published manual, Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era, covering the basics of cost allocation, current best practices and cutting-edge reforms....

Pricing and Rate Design, Regulation and Governance Download View Summary
February2620
Webinar (video)

Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era: Principles and Concepts

Cost allocation, one of the major steps in the traditional regulatory process for setting utility rates, has been addressed in several important publications over the past 60 years. These works and historic best practices are foundational — but the legacy methods from the 20th century are no more suited to the new realities of the...

Report January 2, 2020

Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era: A Manual

By Jim Lazar, Paul Chernick, William Marcus, Mark LeBel

Cost allocation is one of the major steps in the traditional regulatory process for setting utility rates. In this step, the regulators are primarily determining how to equitably divide a set amount of costs, typically referred to as the revenue requirement, among several broadly defined classes of ratepayers. The data and analytical methods used to inform cost a...

Integrating Renewable Energy, Pricing and Rate Design, Role of Regulatory Institutions Download View Summary
Presentation March 19, 2015

The Value of Demand Reduction Induced Price Effects (DRIPE)

By Chris Neme, Paul Chernick

Energy efficiency programs reduce utility bills, reduce emissions of multiple pollutants, and reduce the overall cost of delivering electricity services. Measuring and considering the full spectrum of benefits delivered by energy efficiency is pivotal to capturing all cost-effective efficiency resources. One such benefit—the Demand Reduction Induced Price Effec...

Demand Response, Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, Energy Efficiency Program Design, Pricing and Rate Design, Role of Regulatory Institutions Download View Summary
March1815
Webinar (video)

The Value of Demand Reduction Induced Price Effects (DRIPE) (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Energy efficiency programs reduce utility bills, reduce emissions of multiple pollutants, and reduce the overall cost of delivering electricity services. Measuring and considering the full array of benefits provided by energy efficiency is crucial to ensuring that all cost-effective efficiency resources...