New Book: Distributed Generation Law: A Guide to Regulations, Policies, and Programs

September 1, 2020

Interested in how the U.S. military, the world’s largest energy consumer, integrates Distributed Generation (DG) systems into its operational and installation energy portfolio? We are too.

A new book from the American Bar Association, “Distributed Generation Law: A Guide to Regulations, Policies, and Programs,” provides an overview of the emerging legal and policy issues involving the planning, engineering, operations, economics, and governance of DG.

Spoiler Alert: Chapter 12 entitled “Mission Essential: Energy Resilience for the U.S. Department of Defense: The Role of Distributed Generation (DG) on Military Installations in the United States,” reviews the policies and laws that focus on DoD’s energy resilience evolution. This chapter – written by Converge Strategies own Wilson Rickerson and Michael Wu, in partnership with Taite McDonald and Chris Murray – explores in non-technical terms:

  • DoD’s Installation Energy Management Structure
  • DG to Maximize Efficient Energy Use and Expand Supply for Mission Assurance
  • DG to Enhance Energy Resilience
  • Acquisition Pathways for Resilient DG

If you are interested in purchasing the book, please submit the below form. We will then be in touch with instructions on how to receive our exclusive 40% discount.

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“This chapter should be required reading for any professional in the energy resilience field and is now the base document in my energy resilience smart book”
— U.S. Department of Defense Energy Resilience Professional