Rob Neumann and Ralph Zarumba published in Public Utilities Fortnightly
The U.S. and other developed nations are undergoing unprecedented change in their electric and natural gas systems, including the introduction of distributed generation. Proponents of change may see distributed generation as a normal outcome from the inevitable introduction of disruptive technologies. Yet, detractors claim that unwisely implemented distributed generation poses an uneconomic threat to the traditional idea of a healthy public utility landscape.
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