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Steve Fine
Distributed Energy Resources

Steve is a Vice President with ICF’s Energy Advisory and Services practice, and leads the Distributed Energy Resources Team. Steve has expertise in evaluating the economics of conventional and renewable energy resources—both central station and distributed generation—within the context of developing technologies, market design and environmental regulations. He works with many of the major US power companies and developers in evaluating the impact of distributed energy resources (DER) on their system and the implications for their business models and their distribution system planning and operations.

He has published numerous whitepapers on the Value of Solar and Distributed Resources and is actively working with the DER team to develop innovative analytical frameworks that can be used by utilities and third parties to more accurately assess the value of these resources in the context of system planning. Before joining ICF, he worked for Luz International Inc., at the time the largest manufacturer and developer of solar thermal power plants in the world.

Steve has an M.A. in Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a B.A. from the University of California, Santa Cruz. .

Articles by Steve Fine
The Hunt for the Value of Distributed Solar
utility regulation
DC City Council's Dramatic New Proposal in Utility Regulation
Watch: Getting the Most Out of Distributed Resources
Resources by Steve Fine
White Papers
On the Grid's Bleeding Edge: The California, New York, and Hawaii Power Marketing Revolution
White Papers
Turning Locational Value into Real Dollars
Webinar On Demand: Missing Links in the Evolving Distribution Markets
White Papers
Missing Links in the Evolving Distribution Markets
NY REV Takes a Big Step Forward: What the SDSIP Filing Means for the Future Grid
White Papers
Community Solar, Let It Shine
White Papers
The Value in Distributed Energy
White Papers
Combined Heat and Power Demonstration Shows Benefits at Data Center