Webinar: Digging Deeper: Preliminary ‘Gap’ and CPEC Market Analysis
Presented by Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC (SEA) and Customized Energy Solutions (CES), this second in a two-part series will cover the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources’ (DOER) first-of-its-kind Clean Peak Energy Portfolio Standard (CPS).
On August 7th, after an extensive rules development process, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resource (DOER) launched the first-of-its-kind Clean Peak Energy Portfolio Standard (CPS). The CPS will impose a new obligation on load-serving entities which will provide a new revenue stream for eligible Clean Peak Resources (CPRs) – including new Qualified RPS Resources, Qualified Energy Storage Systems, legacy RPS Resources co-located with energy storage, and eligible Demand Response Resources.
Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC (SEA) and Customized Energy Solutions (CES) are excited to announce a two-part webinar series on Participating in the Massachusetts Clean Peak Standard. The webinar series will consider CPS issues, challenges and opportunities from the perspectives of owners of existing CPRs, developers of new CPRs, investors/financiers, load-serving entities, distribution companies, project hosts, and market makers.
Join SEA’s Bob Grace (SEA founder and leading expert on New England Renewable Portfolio Standard market dynamics), and CES’s Mike Berlinski (CES’s Director of Emerging Technologies and storage lead in New England) and their colleagues on November 10th from 12:30 pm-1:45 pm EST for Part 2: Digging Deeper: Preliminary ‘Gap’ and CPEC Market Analysis.
Click here to register. ESA members get a 15% discount; please visit the ESA Member Portal to get the code.