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THE ECONOMICS OF GRID DEFECTION

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THE ECONOMICS OF GRID DEFECTION WHEN AND WHERE DISTRIBUTED SOLAR GENERATION PLUS STORAGE COMPETES WITH TRADITIONAL UTILITY SERVICE

Distributed electricity generation, especially solar PV, is rapidly spreading and getting much cheaper. Distributed electricity storage is doing the same, thanks largely to mass production of batteries for electric vehicles. Solar power is already starting to erode some utilities’ sales and revenues. But what happens when solar and battery technologies are brought together?
Together they can make the electric grid optional for many customers—without compromising reliability and increasingly at prices cheaper than utility retail electricity. Equipped with a solarplus-battery system, customers can take or leave traditional utility service with what amounts to a “utility in a box.”

The Economics of Grid Defection is the work of Rocky Mountain Institute, CohnReznick Think Energy, and HOMER Energy.

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