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Net Metering

50 states of solar incentives: North Carolina

North Carolina is ranked fourth in the country for solar installations, growth that is driven by solar supportive renewable energy portfolio standards, policies and regulations.

EnergySage Marketplace Intel Report points to changes in solar pricing, preferences

Prices are up, module maker market share shifts, storage sells despite cost, and more.


Sunrise brief: Qcells scouts for location of 9 GW solar module manufacturing facility

Also on the rise: Solar industry reacts to passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. Over 3 GW of solar panels have been held in US customs under forced labor law. And more.

Massachusetts Governor signs major climate bill

Clean energy act relaxes net metering caps, incentivizes pollinator-friendly solar, and pushes grid modernization.

Solar on Wisconsin city hall provides for more than half of the complex’s energy needs

The 389 kW rooftop system puts Wauwatosa on track to cut carbon emissions by 50% by 2030.


Mississippi revamps its net metering policy

The new program tackles barriers to solar adoption for low-income customers through a net metering rate adder and a one-time $3,500 upfront cash rebate.


Sunrise brief: Californians will still get burned under solar killer proposal 

Also on the rise: Tigo Energy files patent lawsuit against SMA Solar in the US. DOE invests $56 million in solar manufacturing and recycling.

Californians will still get burned under solar killer proposal

NEM 3.0 would be disastrous for locally produced solar energy and harm vulnerable communities who want access to local solar and jobs. 


California solar net metering comment period closed, here’s what leaders said

California has finished collecting public comment on NEM 3.0, a policy that is considered anti-rooftop solar, and has provisions that are called “a tax on the sun.”


California launches incentive program for cities to adopt SolarAPP+

CalAPP provides grants to counties and cities that adopt DOE’s SolarAPP+ to cover time and other resources spent on adoption.

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