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Net Metering

Sunrise brief: California rulemaking to cut solar net metering payments by 75%

Also on the rise: Guidance for solar tax credit prevailing wage and apprenticeship requirements. Battery manufacturer to install massive 3.8 MW rooftop solar system at Pennsylvania HQ. And more.

The day Indiana rooftop solar died

Since July, only two customers have installed solar in NIPSCO’s 1.2 million customer territory following a new net metering rulemaking. The case has been elevated to the Supreme Court.


50 states of solar incentives: Florida

Aptly nicknamed the Sunshine State, Florida is a leading market for PV deployment. However, it lags other states in terms of policy support.


Sunrise brief: Georgia Power proposes to apply $200 rooftop solar interconnection fee to its customers

Also on the rise: Distributed resources to earn compensation from Texas grid operator ERCOT. Vertical solar on high-rise building to produce 58 MWh annually. And more.

Distributed resources to earn compensation from Texas grid operator ERCOT

ERCOT’s pilot project, designed in less than a year, will support grid reliability and is expected to be ongoing. Some other grid operators have already launched or announced similar programs.


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.


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