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Detroit Lions add solar to stadium and team facilities

The Lions become the 12th NFL franchise to add solar power to their facilities, furthering a growing trend that now includes 38% of the league.

Duke launches community solar in South Carolina

The new program aims to to attract low-income participants, and comes as net metering caps are reached in the state.

Utility front group sues to stop Arizona renewable energy referendum

APS-funded Arizonans for Affordable Energy is alleging that 3/4 of the signatures gathered by Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona are invalid.


Imperial Irrigation District sues Riverside County over net metering ordinance

The the public utility is attempting to overrule county ordinance 943, which orders the utility to re-establish its abolished net metering policy.

Regulators shoot down Indianapolis Power & Light’s extreme fixed charge increase

Indianapolis Power & Light and the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor have reached a settlement that avoids an increase in fixed charges to $27 per month.


EQ Research: Utilities aren’t getting the fixed charges they seek

The latest quarterly update from EQ shows that while utilities in many states saw fixed charge increases in Q2, it was not a vast majority, with almost half of all decided cases ending in a wash or no increase for utilities.

Monster 690 MW Solar Project outside Las Vegas announced

The two-phase Gemini Solar Project would be larger than any operational single-site solar project in the United States known to pv magazine.


Halfway into the year, Duke hits South Carolina net metering cap

New solar customers now have the option to sell power at a price far below retail to Duke Energy, in the state with the highest monthly electricity bills in the country.


Duke pushes solar at both distributed and utility-scale

The utility is opening an RFP for utility-scale projects, as well as offering a solar rebate program for rooftop systems.

Three massive projects look to put Ohio on the solar map

425 MW of solar projects – including one on the site of a former coal mine – could exponentially increase the state’s installed capacity.

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