California utility SDG&E wants to experiment with paying behind-the-meter customers for access to their batteries

One of California's big three investor-owned utilities, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), has published a proposal that includes a new, intriguing type of business model for behind-the-meter customers that own distributed energy assets. In short, SDG&E wants to experiment with paying its customer...

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