This report provides new analysis on the impact of different policy levers on the attractiveness and uptake of customer-sited solar and storage, focusing on five currently active markets as case studies. It puts forward a framework for how to address customer-sited solar and storage from a policy and regulatory point of view, to enable sustainable growth of these technologies within the broader goal of rapidly and efficiently decarbonizing the power sector. While the case studies are drawn from leading, developed markets, we believe that the learnings can be applied to a broad range of market contexts around the world.
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