Distributed PV Adoption - Sensitivity to Market Factors
NREL staff used the dSolar (distributed solar) model to forecast the adoption of distributed, behind-the-meter PV through the year 2050 for 9 different scenarios. The scenarios varied in their assumptions about a carbon tax, the cost of PV systems in the future, and what credit would be given for excess generation once current net metering policies expire.
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- 14 SOLAR ENERGY; 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY, AND ECONOMY distributed PV; NRDC; adoption; forecasts; NEM; carbon tax; net metering; null; DGPV; dGen; dSolar
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