What the Coming Wave of Distributed Energy Resources Means for the US GridNovember 9, 2020November 8, 2020Around the Web Ben Kellison and Fei Wang of GreenTechMedia outline what investments in distributed energy resources (DER) mean for the U.S. Grid. “Cumulative U.S. DER investments will eclipse $110.4 billion between 2020 and 2026. Solar, EV infrastructure, battery storage and grid-interactive water heaters sales growth will drive spending to a new peak in 2025.” Read the full article here. More Articles ‘Game-Changer’ FERC Order Opens Up Wholesale Grid Markets to Distributed Energy Resources“Integrating aggregated DERs will lower consumer costs, increase electric reliability and unlock the potential for… Doubling Down on a Centralized Grid Is More Expensive Without Distributed Energy"Not only is it the most cost-effective way to meet our nation’s climate goals, but… The cold truth on energy"The federal government’s heavy-handed regulation of our energy industry and move toward a 'green economy'… The views and opinions expressed are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of C3.