Feb. 6 — DERs like customer-sited solar, batteries and electric vehicle chargers, hold the promise of revolutionizing the power system, allowing customers to take greater control of their electricity usage and potentially replacing some traditional grid infrastructure. That’s a sea change for an industry that, for a century, faced little competition and relied on massive, customer-financed grid investments to provide electricity.
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