Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
David Cash masccc 2013
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

David Cash masccc 2013

505

Published on

Mass DPU

Mass DPU

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
505
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 1Massachusetts SustainableCommunities & CampusesConferenceApril 24, 2013David Cash, CommissionerDepartment of Public UtilitiesWhy Plan for the Gridof the Future Today?
  • 2. • We want greater reliability at a reasonablecost• We want greater energy independence• We want to reduce costs imposed bymarket failures• We want a cleaner environment and toaddress climate change• We want to seize economic opportunities2Drivers of Change
  • 3. Greater Reliability
  • 4. Source: DOE/EIAhttp://nca2009.globalchange.gov/energy-supply-and-use
  • 5. New England is at the End of the Energy Pipeline
  • 6. New England is at the End of the Energy Pipeline
  • 7. Greater Energy Independence
  • 8. Energy Dollars Flow Out of MAWe spend $22B per year on energy; 80% leaves MA -- $18BOil & Natural Gas- CanadaOil - VenezuelaOil & Natural Gas- Middle EastCoal – ColombiaMA Energy Imports2008$BFuel Oil (heating, diesel) $5.0Gasoline $9.2Jet Fuel $1.4Other Petroleum $0.9Natural Gas $5.2Coal $0.3Total $22 BPer Household Average ~ $4,600 Natural Gas- CaribbeanNatural Gas- U.S. Gulf Coast8Natural Gas- PA,NYSource: MA EEA from Energy Price and Expenditure Estimates by Source,Selected Years, 1970-2008, Massachusetts, EIA.www.eia.doe.gov/states/sep_prices/total/pdf/pr_ma.pdf
  • 9. 9Solar Potential
  • 10. Wind Potential10Source: DOE:http://www.windpoweringamerica.gov/newengland/building_resource.asp
  • 11. Distributed Generation Increasing11Source: MA DPU
  • 12. 2006The Massachusetts Clean Energy Revolutiono Solaro Windo Other RenewablesSource: MA EEA
  • 13. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Revolutiono Solaro Windo Other Renewables2007Source: MA EEA
  • 14. 2008The Massachusetts Clean Energy Revolutiono Solaro Windo Other RenewablesSource: MA EEA
  • 15. 2009The Massachusetts Clean Energy Revolutiono Solaro Windo Other RenewablesSource: MA EEA
  • 16. 2010The Massachusetts Clean Energy Revolutiono Solaro Windo Other RenewablesSource: MA EEA
  • 17. 2011The Massachusetts Clean Energy Revolutiono Solaro Windo Other RenewablesSource: MA EEA
  • 18. Reduce Costs18
  • 19. 19Source: ISO-New EnglandNew Generation is Driven by Peak Demand
  • 20. 20Allowing Demand Response to Play in the MarketResults in Peak Shaving – And Cost SavingsSource: ISO-New England
  • 21. 21$4.17$5.10$0.00$1.00$2.00$3.00$4.00$5.00$6.00Total EE BusinessesProgram Costs BenefitsProgramInvestmentsAllowing Demand Response and EE to Play in the Market Results in LowerEnergy and Transmission Costs
  • 22. Electric Vehicles vs. Petroleum:Cheaper, Less Volatility
  • 23. Cleaner Environment/Address Climate Change23
  • 24. Massachusetts Global Warming Solutions Act of 2008Requires Steep Reductions24Required Emissions ReductionsSource: MA EEA; http://www.mass.gov/eea/docs/eea/energy/2020-clean-energy-plan.pdf
  • 25. EVs Reduce GHG Emissions25
  • 26. EVs Reduce Local Air Pollution26
  • 27. Seize Economic Opportunities27
  • 28. Source: Electric Drive Transportation Association http://electricdrive.org/index.php?ht=d/sp/i/20952/pid/20952 28
  • 29. Clean Energy Sector Growth2012 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Reporthttp://www.masscec.com/index.cfm/page/2012-Massachusetts-Clean-Energy-Industry-Report/cdid/13909/pid/11170 29
  • 30. Whenever I run into a problem I can’tsolve, I always make it bigger. I cannever solve it by trying to make itsmaller, but if I make it big enough Ican begin to see the outlines of asolution.– Dwight D. Eisenhower30
  • 31. Thank you31

×