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Assessing the Impact of Voluntary Actions on the Grid

Assessing the Impact of Voluntary Actions on the Grid

Full Title: Assessing the Impact of Voluntary Actions on the Grid: A Consensus Paper from ZEROgrid’s Impact Advisory Initiative
Author(s): Charles Cannon, Pieter Gagnon, Gavin McCormick, and Wilson Ricks
Publisher(s): Rocky Mountain Institute
Publication Date: May 28, 2024
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Description (excerpt):

The urgency of the climate crisis is leading many large energy consumers to consider how they can more accurately assess the impacts of various potential actions on grid decarbonization. This paper provides an overview of the ZEROgrid Impact Advisory Initiative’s collective findings on consequential impact and reliability assessments, their implications, and areas where further research is required. This consensus paper is intended for corporate practitioners and policymakers navigating policy, investment, and procurement decisions that affect grid decarbonization and reliability.

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