A new report by the Smart Electric Power Association argues that a process called reverse demand response can allow utilities to minimize curtailment of solar while simultaneously lowering power prices.
The board of the Arizona utility has approved a $50k donation to fight a ballot initiative to move the state to 50% renewable electricity by 2030, even though SRP would not be directly subject to the mandate.
The system’s goal now becomes the most aggressive of any university known to pv magazine.
New Mexico regulators have killed the standby fee that critics say has paralyzed rooftop solar in the territory of Southwestern Public Service.
Members of the solar trade group met with 101 different representatives whose districts are among the top in the country for solar to talk policy priorities, as well as continued investment in and development of the industry.
The two groups have come out to advocate for Question 6, in hopes of establishing the fourth-most aggressive renewable portfolio standard in the country.
The two giants, one in the utility sector and the other in retail, have reached an agreement over the protested bill credit model in Duke’s Green Source Advantage Program and Rider.
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