In a show of regulatory capture enabled by the ability of utilities to spend vast sums of money on the races for their regulators, all three candidates backed by the utility APS have been re-elected or won seats on the ACC.
The Arizona utility is looking to buy power from a 100 MW solar facility, which will increase TEP’s contracted utility-scale solar by 40%.
The competition to fund these races comes as Commissioner Tobin is found to be soliciting money for his side job.
Next Tuesday’s elections are a big deal for the solar industry – including key policy contests and races in Florida, Arizona and Nevada.
The Iron Horse is the first energy storage project for E.ON North America, and accompanies a 2 MW PV system.
The milestone, representing a major step forward for a company in the midst of its complicated acquisition by Tesla, highlights the challenges of public companies that depend on long-term planning.
The 50 States of Solar Policy Report by the NC Clean Energy Technology Center documents 117 separate actions that changed or attempted to change various policies affecting the solar industry
The money will go to 17 projects designed to reduce soft costs and maximize solar’s benefits for states.
As the first in a new series of weekly editorials, pv magazine Americas Editor Christian Roselund highlights some of the current battles that are taking place at the state level.
While the new policy would grandfather existing users and apply only to exports, re-assessments of the value would be made every five years, and advocates have questions about the valuation methodology.
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