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Our methodology is also similar to the approach used by Southern California Edison for its multiyear Preferred Resources Pilot, another significant example demonstrating how DERs can be used to defer or avoid distribution capacity investments. SEPA’s 2015 Solar Market Snapshot has the facts and figures here.
We recognize that ours is not the only valid approach; however, we believe it may spur additional discourse and promote sharing of real-world experience for a better understanding of DERs’ value in the context of the electric grid.
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As solutions for determining locational valuation evolve, future challenges will include:• How can locational value be included in integrated benefit-cost analyses?
• How can capability gaps in integrated distribution planning be addressed?
Key papers on locational DER value have highlighted the need to “move beyond conceptual frameworks” and have noted that locational capacity deferral valuation is “an area that merits research to devise a more universal methodology.”Moving forward from these views, it became increasingly apparent that approaches seeking to boil DER value down to a single benefit-cost ratio or average value per kilowatt-hour have been missing the temporal and locational attributes inherent in DERs.
High profile and recent discussions of DER valuation have recognized the importance of filling this gap with an approach for locationally differentiated distribution value:• The New York REV proceeding, which places DERs in their own category with their own common valuation frameworks, such as the Benefit Cost Analysis Handbook• California’s DRP and IDER proceedings, and the EPRI Integrated Grid project, which has included collaboration with utilities in both New York and California• SEPA’s upcoming “Distributed Energy Resources Capabilities Guide”The methodology Nexant developed to fill that critical gap is a real-world decision-making tool that has already been applied at multiple utilities to evaluate DER alternatives to traditional distribution investments.
Wellington currently offers a number of individual native and mass-labelled reference standards as well as many solution/mixtures to support research in these areas.