Policy Insights

Accelerate sustainable energy policies with precise insights into grid dynamics for decarbonization and electrification

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Through our advanced analytics platform, regulators and policymakers gain the tools to oversee and shape energy policies effectively, ensuring comprehensive grid management and the successful implementation of sustainable initiatives.

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Distributed Energy Resource Adoption Modeling

Precisely estimate the likelihood of DER adoption and decarbonization solutions over different time horizons at the customer level with detailed spatial and locational granularity.

Integrated Grid Modeling

Coordinate and integrate traditional integrated resource planning, transmission planning, and distribution planning with data integration services and iterative scenario analysis.

Load and Distributed Energy Resource Forecasting

Independently build load forecasts and decision-making support utilizing a combination of top-down spatial allocation and bottom-up customer level modeling.


Anticipate, plan for, and protect the real-life rate and bill impacts on specific customer segments as a result of new policies, legislative mandates, and federal funding opportunities.

Non-Wires Alternatives

Evaluate and validate the reliability, resiliency, and costs of non-wires alternatives in one cohesive internal process and integrate results across multiple proceedings.

Grid Carbon Intensity

Capture the full picture of locational grid carbon intensity to support operational and siting decision-making that empowers decarbonization initiatives.

Case Study: Preparing California's Grid for Electrification by 2035

The California Electrification Impacts Study was commissioned by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to determine the distribution grid requirements of state transportation electrification targets.

Kevala analyzed over 100 terabytes of data from Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) to explain when, where, and how much utilities will need to invest in grid upgrades.

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