Dispersed Renewable Generation (DRG) Study, Phase II Webinar

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Dispersed Renewable Generation Response Map, Southern Minnesota On October 15th, 2008 from 1:30–3:30pm the Office of Energy Security hosted a webinar on the kickoff of Phase II of the DRG Study.

During the Phase II Webinar, study team lead Jared Alholinna of Great River Energy and Matt Schuerger of the MN Office of Energy Security gave a presentation reviewing the DRG Phase I report to the MN Public Utilities Commission and the steps forward that Phase II will be taking.

Phase I of the DRG study assessed how 600MW of renewable energy could be constructed without building new transmission. Phase II of the DRG study will be assessing the potential of adding another 600MW (or more), for a total of 1200MW of new clean energy.

To learn more about DRG, Phase I results, and how it might work in your region,
visit this post on the CERTs blog.

Download Presentation To get more detailed info about Phase II of the DRG study, download the presentation and audio from the webinar (this may take a few minutes):

Webinar Presentation (370kb PDF)
Audio from the Webinar Presentation (23kb WAV file)

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A Summary of Key Slides:

Maps the location of 11 interconnection requests (667 MW – all wind) since the Phase I study was released.

Outlines the next steps for Phase II of the DRG study

Public comments that were received on Phase I.

The initial outline for the study scope.

More Info & Comments

 
To see the full Phase I Report for the Study,
visit the Department of Commerce Web site

Please send any questions or comments that you have on the Dispersed Generation Study to DGstudy.Commerce@state.mn.us

Related Information on CERTs Site

 
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