Reports and Papers
How Data Can Help Energy Affordability Advocates Improve Racial Equity
In June of 2022, Program Analyst, Stephen Marencic presented at the Annual National Energy and Utility Affordability Coalition (NEUAC) Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The presentation was entitled “How Data Can Help Energy Affordability Advocates Improve Racial Equity” and focused on OPC’s efforts to leverage DEI information to target community...
Electrification Assessment Report
The District of Columbia has committed to reduce total greenhouse gas emissions to 50 percent of baseline emission levels by 2032 and to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. Learn More
OPC Issues Year-1 Progress Report on its Water Services Division
As People’s Counsel for the District of Columbia, I invite you to read the “OPC Water Services Division 2019-2020 Progress Report.” April 11th marked the One Year Anniversary of the…
Future of Solar PV in the District of Columbia
Feasibility, Projections, and Rate Impacts of the District’s Expanded RPS
Summer Peak Shaving Adjustment Resources in PJM
Demand response (DR) programs that signal energy consumers to curtail their energy use during periods of high demand in exchange for compensation, also provide a great way for consumers to…
Senior Outreach, Awareness and Energy Efficiency Education Campaign
"The Office of People’s Counsel has been more than helpful. They really know the subject matter. I am still working on other issues, and probably will be as long as…
Distributed Solar in the District of Columbia
Policy Options, Potential, Value of Solar, and Cost‐Shifting. Prepared for the Office of the People’s Counsel for the District of Columbia.