2022 - Assembly Bill 2667 (Friedman, Laura), Distributed Energy Resources: Incentives (Dead)
Would have established a program at the California Energy Commission (CEC) to provide incentives for commercially available distributed energy resources, specifically behind-the-meter energy storage systems or self-generation systems paired with energy storage systems. Would have established the Integrated Distributed Energy Resources Fund as a special fund in the State Treasury, the moneys in which would be available to CEC, upon appropriation by the Legislature, for purposes of the bill. The bill would have required CEC to administer the fund in consultation with the California Public Utilities Commission and CARB to provide incentives for eligible resources to support statewide customer adoption of clean distributed energy resources. The bill would have required CEC to establish a system to equitably award incentives. Failed passage on the Senate Floor.