The adoption of renewable distributed generation and other distributed energy resources (DERs) is leading to a more decentralized and interconnected system. There are now over 4,300 MW of DERs in service and under development in Ontario, more than half of which is solar photovoltaics. This is changing the historical one-way, top-down flow of electricity in the system, increasingly contributing to planning and operational challenges while also creating opportunities to use resources in novel ways and to help meet system needs.
The objective of the RDGI Fund is to develop a program to support a select number of innovative renewable distributed generation demonstration projects in order to gain direct experience with integration of distributed energy resources, refine methodologies for assessing value, and to inform the evolution of grid systems, processes, and practices.
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Long Term Energy Plan
Schedule of Activities
October 3, 2018
The IESO would like to thank all stakeholders and communities that have participated in the early development of Virtual Net Metering pilots under the IESO’s Renewable Distributed Generation Integration Fund (RDGIF). The IESO will not be proceeding with Virtual Net Metering pilots as the updated regulations do not enable Virtual Net Metering as had previously been contemplated. Any future information regarding the status of the RDGIF will be communicated by this email distribution list and on the engagement webpage.
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May 24, 2018
RDGI Program Fund Virtual Net Metering Call for Applications Update
May 4, 2018
Virtual Net Metering Call for Applications - Guidelines
April 12, 2018
Feedback due on materials presented at the March 29 webinar