The company reports that 21 states have at least 20 MW of energy storage projects proposed, under construction or already in place.
Under Oncor’s proposal, its customers who have PV installed would pay a fixed charge every month based on their historical demand – unless their residential bill would be higher under standard rates.
In a joint plan released by OSEIA and the Lewis and Clark School’s Green Energy Institute, the state could produce 10% of its power by 2027, as well as double its solar workforce.
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has officially finalized the extension of its Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC-2), completing a process that started in September.
A coalition of 24 groups has asked state regulators to reconsider scrapping net metering in 2018, as advocates gear up for a push in the state legislature.
Faced with the prospect of giving unregulated utilities the right to charge solar customers any fees they wanted, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton took a stand and vetoed a bill that would have done just that.
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