August 2015, EQL presents at NCSL, Seattle WA

  EQL Nichols NCSL 2015 8 2 v1 Topics involved rate changes to accommodate distributed energy resources, use of demand charge, value of solar, and everyone loves EVs. EVs are “energy” efficient, lowers customer transportation costs, improves utility revenue, should lower rates, and if managed properly should not add much to utility infrastructure and integration […]


“The EQL Energy team delivered a study on end use load management for our 50MVA campus. Their methodology and technical expertise gave us a high level of confidence in the study’s analysis and recommendations.” Orion Henderson, Director, Sustainability and Utility Operations, University of British Columbia, Vancouver