pv magazine USA sees spring is around the corner, so here’s a fresh Morning Brief, including Fitch downgrading more California Solar and Toyota buying power from solar projects planned in Kentucky.
A district court has ruled that the bankruptcy court will be where the decisions are made as to what happens to power contracts, ending a push by developers to give FERC a greater say.
Seven community choice aggregators have asked California regulators to take PG&E out of the business of supplying electricity to its customers, and allow them and/or other public entities to take over the retail business so PG&E can focus on safe electricity transmission and distribution.
Good news, everyone: you’re halfway through your workweek and back reading the pv magazine morning brief. We’ve got a full slate today, including EVgo powering over 75 Million EV miles in 2018 and the world’s first solar-electric sewage pump-out boat.
The developer has filed at FERC to proactively stop any changes to its contracts, but the bankruptcy court will have the final say. The move comes as PG&E reports receiving $5.5 billion to keep it afloat during its bankruptcy.
In this interview California Solar & Storage Association’s (CALSSA) senior advisor looks at what the pending bankruptcy of PG&E should mean for solar and energy storage, from rooftop solar to the future of the utility.
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