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Berkeley Lab finds negligible potential rate impacts from distributed solar

The latest report from the respected national lab finds that even if – big if – behind-the-meter solar is raising the rates of other utility customers, the impacts are tiny, especially compared to other activities.

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Vivint Solar expands into New Hampshire

Manchester, Nashua and Concord residents can now access affordable residential solar power from Vivint Solar.

New Jersey reaches 2 GW of installed solar

With a strong market in 2016, New Jersey retains the fourth-largest installed capacity and the 2nd largest capacity of distributed generation in the United States.

APS unveils its largest utility-scale solar plant

The 40-MW Red Rock Solar Plant, developed, owned and operated by Arizona Public Service will supply power to Arizona State University and PayPal.

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NV Energy asks PUC to reverse $2.92 million net-metering directive

In a filing with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, the state’s primary utility says the cost savings were meant to apply to a broader set of customers and shouldn’t be limited to support future solar customers’ net-metering needs.

ACC fixes net-metering grandfathering clause

Exactly three weeks after significantly altering net-metering in ways that could stunt future solar growth in the state, the Arizona Corporation Commission voted 4-1 to amend the way it will grandfather current solar customers under the new rules to remove a two- to three-week penalty the ruling accidentally imposed.

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New Analysis Finds Incentives Not Needed for Homeowners to Save with Solar

Based on analysis of hundreds of thousands of solar installation records, the website Cost to Install Solar found that installing a home solar system, without any subsidies, is already a promising investment opportunity for homeowners in more than a dozen states.

Sunnova broadens its zero-down loan reach

The EZ Own Loan program is designed to capitalize on the increasing desire of residential solar customers to own their systems without worrying about the trouble of maintaining them.

Hopper at SEIA completes women’s superfecta

When Abigail “Abby” Ross Hopper assumes her duties as president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association next week, it signals a new course for the national association and ushers in an era when the six most powerful association positions in the U.S. solar industry will be held by women.

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GameChange Forges U.S. Steel Supply Agreement

New York-based GameChange Solar has inked a long-term strategic supply agreement with an un-named company which it describes as “one of the largest steel producers in the United States”.

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