Below you will find examples of recently completed projects showcasing our work in evaluation, cost-effectiveness, and market characterization
PG&E Financial Assistance Pilot Evaluation
This process evaluation assessed the effectiveness of a PG&E program that issued upfront incentives to project developers to encourage adoption of storage in disadvantaged communities.
2021 SGIP Energy Storage Market Assessment Study
This study is an evaluation of the market for behind-the-meter (BTM) energy storage and how that market interacts with and is influenced by ratepayer funded programs like the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP).
Renewable Natural Gas in California
This report presents a snapshot of renewable natural gas in California, including the sources of renewable natural gas within California, estimates of potential production, carbon intensities for different sources, federal and state incentive programs, and federal and state policies that may affect the future of renewable natural gas within California.
2020 SGIP Energy Storage Impact Evaluation
The Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) was established in 2001 and provides financial incentives for the installation of behind-the-meter (BTM) distributed generation and energy storage technologies that meet all or a portion of a customer’s electricity needs.
California Net-Energy Metering 2.0 Lookback Study
Quantifies the cost-effectiveness and cost of service impacts of hundreds of thousands of DERs taking service under California’s NEM 2.0 tariff and sets the stage for the NEM successor tariff revisit.
2021 SOMAH Phase II Evaluation Report
The inaugural process and impact evaluation of California’s Solar on Multifamily Affordable Solar Homes Program.
2019 SGIP Energy Storage Impact Evaluation
Quantifies the energy, environmental, and peak demand impacts of thousands of behind-the-meter battery storage systems rebated by the Self-Generation Incentive Program.
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