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California’s Changing Time-of-Use Rates: Calculating the Impact of Energy Storage and Solar PV

Amid a steady rise in renewable power, California’s demand curve has undergone a radical transformation—a phenomenon which is commonly referred to as the “duck curve.” In response, utilities in the state are implementing new time-of-use (TOU) rate schedules, which will have a substantial impact on energy costs for California businesses.
Last year, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) shifted its on-peak hours to the late-afternoon/early evening, when demand tends to spike on the grid. Facing the same challenges, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and Southern California Edison (SCE) are in the process of making similar changes to their TOU schedules as well.
These changes could significantly drive up operating expenses for large energy users across California, and will impact the economic performance of standalone solar photovoltaic (PV) systems deployed on-site.

Join us on Wednesday, July 18th, for a 30-minute webinar where experts from EnerNOC will:

• Walk through a sample California organization’s utility bills to illustrate the impact of changing TOU rates and schedules on costs
• Break down how these rates will disrupt the financial results of a standalone behind-the-meter solar PV system in California
• Explain how combining energy storage with a solar PV system would affect costs for a customer facing new TOU rates

Speakers

Terry Holtz
Manager, Technical Sales
EnerNOC, an Enel Group Company
Terry leads the Technical Sales team for the behind-the-meter DER business in the Western US & International regions for EnerNOC. Terry’s team is responsible for system design, financial modeling, and customer technical support for DER projects. Terry has 10+ years of experience in the energy field, holding different sales and engineering titles at companies such as General Electric, Aquion Energy, and Converteam. He holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from INSA Strasbourg (France).

Tucker Ruberti
Director of Product Strategy and Business Development
EnerNOC, an Enel Group Company
Tucker leads the global technical sales and analysis organization that is responsible for the simulation, design, configuration, and financial analysis of projects to ensure EnerNOC’s customers receive maximum value from their behind-the-meter DER projects. Tucker earned a BS in Industrial Engineering from Cornell University and an MS in Environmental Management & Policy from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has worked in the energy technology since 1993, working for a broad range of companies including Advanced Energy, Westinghouse, General Electric, and NYSERDA in diverse applications including energy storage, PV, fuel cells, and power distribution.

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