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Regulators largely deny utility requests for fixed charge increases

A policy report finds that while utilities are increasingly asking to increase fixed charges, in more than half of recent cases these requests were denied.

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Massachusetts sets September date for reduced compensation under net metering

The bad news: larger PV systems will have their compensation cut in November. The good news: Massachusetts has reached its 1.6 GW goal for installed PV four years early.

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BREAKING: Nevada Supreme Court rejects solar referendum

The Supreme Court has ruled that the measure’s description to voters was misleading, effectively upholding a lower court ruling which said that the referendum was unconstitutional.

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CleanCapital opens C&I solar portfolio to private investors

John Hancock has invested $21 million in debt to lead financing of the portfolio.

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SolarCity Q2 installation levels beat guidance

The largest distributed solar company in the U.S. installed 201 MW in the second quarter, however the company is still lowering its full year guidance.

Nevada solar installers call out NV Energy for inconsistency on grandfathering

NV Energy has come out in favor of grandfathering solar customers under the previous net metering rules, two days before the Nevada Supreme Court hears arguments on the legality of a referendum to overturn changes to the policy.

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Georgia Power agrees to 1600 MW of renewable energy, including 150 MW of DG

Projects approved are expected to mostly be solar PV, and the deal will include a 3 MW pilot community solar program.

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Ygrene expands its presence in Florida’s PACE market

The renewables and energy efficiency financing provider has been chosen as the financing provider for two more cities and a county in the Sunshine State.

Port of Los Angeles unveils $27 million solar+storage microgrid project

The Green Omni Terminal Project will be a scalable model to upgrade the 26 other terminals at the Port of Los Angeles as well as other terminals worldwide.

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San Diego cans SunEdison public projects

San Diego was forced recently to cancel 65 solar PV projects in its territory that were planned late last year with SunEdison after the developer advised the city that its deadlines would slip.

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