Grid Integration

Reducing the friction points in grid modernization will accelerate clean energy. 
This happens through standards, process and framework development.
Education and sharing of best practices is needed to address utilities’ vastly different levels of readiness.
Creating a roadmap and plan is the starting point for change.

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The goal of the SEPA Grid Integration pathway is that carbon-free energy is easily integrated with positive impact to affordability, safety, security, reliability, resiliency and customer satisfaction. DER and large-scale renewables like wind, solar, electric vehicles, and energy storage continue to play an increasing role in the power sector, whether it be for individual consumer value or system-wide value. The grid must be flexible enough to accommodate new clean resources, whether centralized or decentralized, without degrading reliability and the other valuable attributes of the system.


  • Battery storage applications research
  • Enhanced grid planning methodologies
  • Technology and interoperability in the real world
  • Advanced microgrids for resilience
  • Valuation of DER in resilience applications

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