The New York State Public Service Commission is proposing a new, distributed business model for electricity utilities that would make it easier for smaller renewable energy producers to tap into the grid. The PSC’s Utilities 2.0 model would make the grid cleaner and more efficient and help New York meet its carbon pollution reduction targets. “The 21st century grid is going to have a lot more distributed resources,” PSC Chair Audrey Zibelman told Bloomberg. “The scope is comprehensive: solar, energy efficiency, storage. Let’s make it the core to the redesign, not ancillary.”
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