The Illinois Power Agency has selected two successful bidders to supply 400,000 renewable energy credits (RECs) per year for 15 years from utility-scale PV projects.
A proposed drastic change by the Michigan regulatory agency to end net metering later this year has hundreds registering opposition comments.
The largest PV project to be announced in Illinois will be located in the southern part of the Prairie State and have its electricity sold to a Midwest co-op organization.
The Illinois Commerce Commission issued a draft order of the Illinois Energy Agency’s renewable energy plan with few major changes as the April 3 deadline for a final order nears.
The total volume of PV in Michigan remains small for the size of the state, especially as a percentage of renewable energy, as reported by state regulator.
As residential PV installed costs remain high and import tariffs loom, the U.S. Department of Energy’s SolSmart program is helping a county and localities in Florida reduce permit costs and cut red tape in the installation process.
As regulatory approval of Illinois solar programs nears, RFQs are posted for program administrators and a community solar website for developers, potential subscribers and community organizations launches.
Minnesota Department of Commerce’s preliminary statistics show the state reaching 717 MW by the end of 2017, with particularly strong growth in the community solar sector.
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