The new era of integrated resource planning in California and beyond

Expanding the Integrated Resource Plan framework

The new era of integrated resource planning in California and beyond

With the passage of Senate Bill 350 (SB350) in September 2015, California finally joined the group of states that require their utilities to submit an Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). A 50 percent renewable generation target and the state’s ambitious plans to cut the CO2 emissions by 2030 give the IRPs a vital role in the state’s environmental policies.

IRPs require a significant amount of informational input from a wide variety of sources and stakeholders, making them labor-intensive. What’s more, there are many new developments in the market today that can – and certainly should – be factored into the IRP process. A new paradigm is needed to make the most of your IRP portfolio.

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