AN INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF DATA AND PROXY VALUES
forecast recommendations for the distributed energy and resource mix scenarios
HOSTING CAPACITY COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT
Locational Net Benefits Analysis Comparative Assessment
Review of stakeholder proposed scenarios and program findings
John Cole of HNEI provides an independent review of the data, assumptions and proxies being developed and used in Kevala’s Network Assessor platform for the Pathways to an Open Grid, O'ahu project. Published: December 2017
John Cole of HNEI summarizes forecast recommendations for the distributed energy and resource mix scenarios to be used in our upcoming analysis work based on stakeholder input gathered during POG, O'ahu workshops.
Laura Wang and Matthew Tisdale of Gridworks provide a comparative assessment of hosting capacity methodology across the country and assess best practices applicable to the Hawai'i context. The paper explores what data is needed and what data is available to develop advanced capacity analysis on O'ahu using Kevala's O'ahu Network Assessor tool.
Laura Wang and Matthew Tisdale of Gridworks explore locational net benefits analysis, including application, methodology, and stakeholder priorities for locational value. The paper also explores data availability and accessibility needed to develop components of the LNBA value stack using Kevala's O'ahu Network Assessor tool.
The final report documents POG findings, including methodology documentation.