When does increased energy production outweigh increased cost? Clean Energy Associates looks to answer one of its most-asked questions in a new case study.
The companies, led by SEIA, lay out six policy actions deemed necessary to grow the industry to the size needed to fight climate change and realize clean energy goals.
National Grid and NYSERDA have filed a petition with state regulators that would significantly change the opt-out community solar program structure. While this petition wasn’t filed maliciously, it could have a hugely negative effect on a flourishing market, according to one expert.
The company plans to bring 140 MW of community solar online by the end of 2022, and has signed an agreement to bring as much as 240 MW to the state in the coming years.
The program’s capacity is being expanded, as is access into the program for low- and moderate-income customers.
The pilot allows entire communities to purchase the output of community solar farms, delivering that energy to their residents. A new proposal, however, would look to shake up project ownership.
The 7.5 MW Dancing Horse Solar project will provide energy to power over 1000 homes across Loudon County and Monroe County, thanks to a recent TVA program that allows member utilities to meet 5% of their electrical need through distributed resources.
Solar projects totaling more than 1.1 GW in potential capacity have public hearings coming up this fall, as Ohio experiences a rush of developer proposals.
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