The Vermont Public Service Board has launched a proceeding to examine how the state’s electric grid is evolving.

This, in wake of changes to renewables goals, the deployment of advanced metering and “a more dynamic energy environment” that now includes third-party aggregation.

The proceeding, begun at the direction of the Vermont Department of Public Service, will kick off Aug. 8 with an initial workshop led by PSB staff.

The proceeding appears to mirror some parts of investigations cropping up around the country, as regulators, utilities and clean energy advocates seek more efficient ways to tie together distributed resources.

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