Legal

New Orleans City Council must re-consider gas plant

A judge’s ruling that the city’s Open Meetings Law was violated means that the gas plant which Entergy hired actors to fake support for must now be reconsidered.

Nevada goes buckwild with renewable legislation, 340 MW solar powered data center: pvMB 6/13/19

Welcome one and all to the Thursday edition of the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at NEXTracker’s new president, REC joining SEIA’s board of directors, more staffing changes at Cypress Creek, and more. Let’s jump right in!

Twin bills show Maine isn’t messing around with solar anymore

Significant legislative progress has been made on both LD 1494 and LD 1711, bills which look to increase the state’s RPS to 80% by 2030 and boost solar deployment, respectively. Just months into her first term, Governor Janet Mills is showing she’s serious about solar.

Sunnova plans IPO, 200,000 call on Washington for climate debate: pvMB 6/12/19

Hello and, as with every other Wednesday, welcome to your Hump Day MB! Today we’ll be looking at Walmart and US Solar’s 36 project deal, POWERHOME solar expanding to Missouri, an Economy-wide analysis of decarbonization of the Pacific Northwest and much more. Let’s dive in!

Solar Bill of Rights back in committee, Maine could require storage, KB new racking systems: pvMB 6/11/19

Good morning and welcome to today’s pvMB. Today we also have a ruling which could affect PG&E’s solar contracts, Michigan regulators approving Consumers’ IRP, and more!

Powerful 100% renewable energy plan drafted in New Jersey

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has released its Draft 2019 Energy Master Plan, a rare mix of ambitious policy with an immediate guideline on how to hit those high marks.

New Hampshire’s RPS bill would supercharge solar

An amendment has passed the New Hampshire Senate, one which look to increase the amount of solar required in utilities’ electricity portfolios ninefold by 2025.

Jinko and REC petition for review of Hanwha patent

The manufacturers are pushing back on the basis for the suit that their Korean/German rival has launched, arguing that there is evidence the innovations they refer to were either not new or were obvious steps forward.

Green New Deal passes Maine House

The workforce development bill has been stripped of its 80% by 2040 renewable mandate, so is the policy really all it’s cracked up to be?

Montana’s messy PURPA pricing

A lawsuit has deemed that Montana regulators cannot force NorthWestern Corp. to purchase power at the last rate applied before a now-moot regulatory change. Now, the road to finding prices under PURPA is uncertain.

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