Distributed Generation in the U.S. Practical Issues in Project Development
Article from: OGEL 1 (2005), in Electricity Law and Regulation
Distributed generation, referred to more colloquially as DG, has tremendous promise for providing efficient, technologically advanced and environmentally friendly capacity for the supply of electricity in the United States, but developers of DG projects continue to struggle with practical and regulatory obstacles in realizing the potential of the market. As an attorney who represents a developer of these projects, and as a partner of a firm who represents several of them, I will in this paper describe some of the obstacles we have faced to get DG capacity in place, how ...