For energy companies, DG offers both opportunities and threats, as the electric industry is competitively restructured. For energy consumers, DG can greatly improve power quality while reducing disruptive and expensive power interruptions. The stakeholders section of this website is organized into five groups to summarize what DG can do for you, depending on your interest.
Energy Companies - Utilities, energy service companies, wires companies, power marketers, aggregators, packagers, distributors and other companies providing or seeking to provide DG to customers.
Equipment Suppliers - DG equipment manufacturers, DG genset manufacturers and interconnection equipment suppliers who provide DG equipment.
Regulators - Public Utility Commissions, state energy offices, legislators and other policymakers.
Energy Users - Large industrial, small industrial, large commercial, small commercial, and residential consumers who may buy or lease DG equipment.
Financial and Support Companies - Banks, investors, and accounting firms that evaluate the impact of DG on energy companies, equipment suppliers, and large energy users. Also includes support companies that help bring DG to market including engineering firms, architects, construction companies, legal firms and insurance companies.
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