The power company says that this will allow time for a more careful crafting of a successor program.
The state’s recent passage of SB 100 and SB 700 is expected to spur a boom in solar and behind-the-meter battery deployment, and pv magazine has done the math on what we can expect.
The two groups have come out to advocate for Question 6, in hopes of establishing the fourth-most aggressive renewable portfolio standard in the country.
While California passed a 100% clean energy mandate and energy storage subsidy extension last week, bills for grid regionalization and accelerated procurement of renewable energy died.
The two giants, one in the utility sector and the other in retail, have reached an agreement over the protested bill credit model in Duke’s Green Source Advantage Program and Rider.
Speaking the language of manufacturing, employment, and economic opportunity, five prominent corporations have backed a 2.2 gigawatt solar goal for Ohio by 2030.
A bill to extend the SGIP program through 2026 and add nearly 3 GW of behind-the-meter energy storage has passed the California Assembly. It will now go to the Senate to be reconciled before going to Governor Jerry Brown.
AB 893 has been amended to require utilities in the Golden State to procure 2,500 of “tax advantaged renewable energy”, as part of 5 GW of procurement by 2030. And with the state’s legislative session concluding at the end of the week, the race is on.
China has officially filed two complaints with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against the United States, in response to its 30% Section 201 and 25% Section 301 tariffs.
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