Sharing the Burden and the Benefits: The Quandary of Allocating DER Interconnection Costs

By [email protected] Imagine you’ve just moved to a new neighborhood and you’ve signed up for your new internet service. You’ve paid an initial fee to connect your home to the network, and all systems seem to be a go. As you eagerly await the installation so you can catch the long-awaited Season 7 of Game of Thrones and order some new home necessities online, you receive a notice from the provider that — surprise — your internet connection is going to overload the network in your neighborhood, which will slow down everyone else’s service.

You will pay for needed network upgrades, to

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