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Net Metering

Sunrise brief: Arizona to vote on 37% slash to solar net metering

Also on the rise: Microsoft invests in 6.6 MW solar facility in Mississippi. Texas to activate its first virtual power plants. And more.

Arizona to vote on 37% slash to solar net metering

A proposed amendment would supersede the 10% reduction cap currently enforced by law.


Sunrise brief: Solar industry reacts to finding that five module makers violated antidumping laws

Also on the rise: California solar generation grew twentyfold in a decade. KiloVault introduces solar-ready DIY off-grid battery. And more.

California solar generation grew twentyfold in a decade

New data shows that the energy mix in California is moving away from fossil fuels, and embracing wind, solar and other clean resources.

Sunrise brief: First Solar reports forced labor in supply chain

Also on the rise: Enphase releases solar products optimized for NEM 3.0. Nikola announces recall of battery electric vehicles, pauses sales after fire investigation. And more.

Sunrise brief: California Public Utilities Commission stacks the deck against rooftop solar

Also on the rise: Private investments in clean energy and manufacturing top $270 billion, GAF Timberline solar shingles recalled for fire hazard, and Ohio tightens screws on large solar facilities…

Sunrise brief: Meyer Burger to bring 2 GW of solar cell manufacturing to Colorado

Also on the rise: How will the latest change to net metering impact solar adoption in California? Solar contractor tool helps quote roofing and solar in one. And more.

Sunrise brief: Texas curtailed 9% of solar generation in 2022

Also on the rise: The last net-metered project in Indiana. State climate policies that can make a difference. And more.

The last net-metered project in Indiana

A 1.3 MW, behind-the-meter solar project had to meet a six-month deadline in order for the project to be exempt from Indiana’s 2017 law that revoked net-metering.

Michigan bill proposes residential solar-plus-storage credits

Michigan customers would be offered $500 per kW for a new solar system and $300 per kWh for a new battery storage system, which would be doubled for low- and moderate-income customers.

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