Finally, renewable energy is now a cost-effective central generation alternative to thermal generation.
. . . A 2018 RMI analysis of the Tri-State G&T system indicated that Tri-State could save up to,
. . . $600 million if it were to integrate more renewable energy into its supply mix.
Examples of co-op DER innovation include:
. . . . . . 100% daytime solar strategy in New Mexico;
. . . . . . Grid-interactive water heater program in Minnesota; and
. . . . . . Community battery storage in Colorado.
2-20-2019 Source: Rocky Mountain Institute’s (RMI’s) #E–Lab
Rocky Mountain Institute’s (RMI’s) #E–Lab
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