A new study by E Source, a “market research” firm that has been telling utilities what they want to hear for 30 years, has outlined a strategy to help utilities win over consumers to utility-scale solar: Tell them half the story.
Solar advocates, who worked tirelessly to pass Amendment 4 last year, are one step away from finally seeing their hard work pay off. SB 90 passed the Senate yesterday, so now it’s on to the governor’s desk for his signature.
Ten months after Florida voters approved a constituional amendment that exempts businesses from paying additional property taxes if they install solar arrays, the bill that actually allows it to happen finally passed the House unanimously.
The latest NCCETC report on state solar policies finds some new twists as part of an ongoing attempt by utilities to weaken the economics of customer-owned solar, but regulators still mostly aren’t on board.
The case, filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada, shows the California installer has liabilities of up to $10 million, owed to up to 5,000 creditors.
SEPA’s annual utility list shows utilities in North Carolina, Iowa and Utah among the top 3 in its lists for solar installed on an absolute and per-customer basis. The organization also published new lists of the top utilities for storage deployment.
The announcement builds on Albuquerque’s commitment to get 25% of its energy from solar by 2025.
A new report finds that the nation’s capital has the ability to host up to 2.5 GW of rooftop solar potential and looks at ways to reach that potential.
In 2015, Hawaii’s Public Utilities Commission eliminated the state’s net-metering incentive. Since then, the number of permits pulled on Oahu for solar installations has plummeted, reaching a new low in 2017 of only 449.
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