Single-Tech Subscription

$4,500/YEAR

Our Single-Tech Subscription includes an annual subscription to one 50 States report, bi-weekly legislative and regulatory tracking, policy data sheets, and quarterly webinars for one technology area of your choice: (1) distributed solar, (2) grid modernization and energy storage, or (3) electric vehicles. More information on the subscription components is below:

50 States Report Subscription

The 50 States quarterly reports detail legislative and regulatory activity related to our three technology areas - Distributed Solar, Grid Modernization & Energy Storage, and Electric Vehicles - on a quarterly basis. The reports include a summary of each action occurring during the quarter, links to original bills and dockets, original analysis of policy trends, and an outlook for the following quarter. The reports are also accompanied by an Excel file of all actions tracked during the quarter and a Powerpoint file of summary maps. View recent executive summaries and older issues here.

A Single-Tech Subscription includes an annual subscription to one of the following 50 States reports:

50 STATES OF SOLAR

The 50 States of Solar is a quarterly report covering legislative and regulatory changes under consideration related to Net Metering and Other Distributed Solar Compensation Structures, Distributed Solar Valuation Efforts, State Community Solar Policies, Residential Fixed Charge Increases (Investor-Owned Utilities), Residential Demand Charges and Solar Customer Charges (Investor-Owned Utilities), Third-Party Ownership Legality, and Utility-Led Rooftop Solar Programs.

50 STATES OF GRID MODERNIZATION

The 50 States of Grid Modernization is a quarterly report covering legislative and regulatory changes under consideration related to advanced ,metering infrastructure, smart grid technologies, energy storage, microgrids, and regulatory reforms. These actions relate to Studies and Investigations, Planning and Market Access, Utility Business Model and Rate Reforms, State Policies, Financial Incentives, and State and Utility Deployment.

50 STATES OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES

The 50 States of Electric Vehicles is a quarterly report covering legislative and regulatory changes under consideration related to electric vehicles (including all-electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and zero-emission vehicles) and electric vehicle charging infrastructure. These actions relate to Studies and Investigations, State Regulation, Utility Rate Design, Market Development Policies and Programs, Financial Incentives, and State and Utility Deployment.

Legislative and regulatory tracking

Biweekly legislative and regulatory tracking builds upon the analysis included in the 50 States quarterly reports by providing updates on a biweekly, rather than quarterly, basis. Updates are delivered to your library in excel spreadsheet format and include a summary of each active bill and regulatory proceeding, as well as links to original bills and dockets.

Policy Data sheets

Policy data sheets include information on existing policies and incentives related to our three research areas in excel spreadsheet format. Data included varies by technology area as follows :

Distributed Solar:

  • State net metering policies

  • State community solar policies

  • State solar tax credits

  • State and utility solar rebate programs

  • Completed value of solar studies

Grid Modernization and Energy Storage:

  • State energy storage procurement targets

  • State and utility energy storage incentive programs

  • State integrated resource planning rules

  • Recently approved utility grid modernization investments

  • Completed state grid modernization and energy storage studies

Electric Vehicles:

  • State and utility electric vehicle incentive programs

  • Investor-owned utility electric vehicle rate tariffs

  • State electric vehicle fees

  • Completed state electric vehicle studies

quarterly webinars

The DSIRE Insight team hosts quarterly webinars for each technology area to discuss recent policy developments and trends. These webinars offer an opportunity for subscribers to ask the team questions directly. Webinars are recorded and may be accessed after the recording date.