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BUSINESS VALUE STREAMS Gregg D. Ander, FAIA Vice President, Power and Efficiency PowerPoint Presentation
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BUSINESS VALUE STREAMS Gregg D. Ander, FAIA Vice President, Power and Efficiency

BUSINESS VALUE STREAMS Gregg D. Ander, FAIA Vice President, Power and Efficiency

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BUSINESS VALUE STREAMS Gregg D. Ander, FAIA Vice President, Power and Efficiency

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  1. BUSINESS VALUE STREAMS • Gregg D. Ander, FAIA • Vice President, Power and Efficiency • Energy Foundation • gregg.ander@ef.org

  2. Policies (EERS, RPS, decoupling, feed-in tariffs) • Market (LEED, $/peak watt, PV business models) • Legacy Regulations (ROE, rate base) • New Regulations (building standards, Zero Net Energy • Distributed Energy Resources (virtual power plants, microgrids) • DRIVERS • Business Value Streams

  3. BUSINESS MODEL ACTIVITY PNNL/Gridwise Gridwise Architecture 2020 State of MA: Grid Modernization Working Group Great Plains Institute e21 Michigan State Univ. CalCEF Clean Energy and Utility of the Future AEE/MIT-IPC: Utility 2.0 Hoover Institute Taskforce on Energy Policy Ceres: 21st Century Electric Utility State of NY Moreland Commission State of NJ Grid Resiliency Task Force Resnick Institute Grid2020 Energy Future Coalition: Utility 2.0 Pilot ASU Utility of the Future C2es: Power 2030 RMI eLab State of HI Reliability Standards Working Group Binz/Lehr Utility 2020 Edison Electric Institute: Focus on the Future NREL/Colorado State Univ. FSU SUNGRIN • Business Value Streams

  4. Opportunities from distributed resources • Value creation to enable innovation • Evolve regulatory framework • BUSINESS MODELS/REVENUE STREAMS/VALUE STREAMS • Business Value Streams

  5. What approaches, mechanisms, or policies would better encourage investment in DER assets? • How would these resulting services be monetized? • What is needed to open up these opportunities? • What are key barriers to market participation? • What opportunities exist in the “Distributed Energy Resources” space that non-utilities participate in that could be monetized and create revenue streams? • QUESTIONS/OBSERVATIONS/ • OPPORTUNITIES • Business Value Streams

  6. Distributed renewables for voltage support • Establish performance and operational requirements of dispatchableresources (including locational value) to support grid operations • Better access to consumer data to drive innovation (what would this yield?) • Third party ownership of smart inverters to support grid reliability (reactive power provisioning and fault ride through) • EXAMPLES • Business Value Streams