City of Stillwater to hold a virtual workshop on distributed generation rates

Over the past few weeks, the Stillwater City Council sitting as trustees of the Stillwater Utility Authority (SUA) has been looking into renewable energy topics like distributed generation rates, community solar, and renewable energy certificates. Now, the City of Stillwater would like to hear what you have to say.

Lisa Vedder of LM Vedder Consulting will host a Zoom public workshop on distributed generation on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 5:30 p.m. The workshop is part of SUA’s effort to explore additional options for customers who want clean, renewable energy.

The workshop will include an overview of what distributed generation is; background on Stillwater’s existing Distributed Generation Tariff; how SUA costs translate to retail rates; different types of distributed generation retail rate tariffs; and distributed generation cost-recovery options. After the presentation, the floor will be opened up to the public for a question-and-answer session.

Stillwater Electric Utility Director Loren Smith said, “This is an important topic, and we want to hear what are customers are thinking. Feedback is needed so that we can build the best program.”

Those who are interested in attending this workshop should use this link to register:

A recording of the workshop will be posted in the video section of this Distributed Generation Rates and Community Solar page. Customers may also use this page to provide feedback and questions about distributed generation as well as the community solar.

For more information, email To learn more about the City’s efforts to gain community input on a variety of topics visit Speak Up Stillwater.

To read the original release, visit the Stillwater News page.


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