With risks to developers, challenges for LMI customers, and public utility opposition, community solar is still expected to expand throughout Mid-Atlantic states, noted experts at the SEIA Finance Tax and Buyers Seminar held this week in New York City.
Huge growth in interconnection requests along with lengthy reviews and high project withdrawal rates motivated PJM to create a “first-ready, first-served” approach in 2022, Berkeley Lab notes.
In PJM, AEP is seeking solar and wind PPA proposals from 10 to 15 years, while in Texas it’s seeking solar REP agreements of 12 years or less.
Also on the rise: Just one solar panel offsets the carbon emissions equivalent of 10 trees. Diversifying the solar supply chain necessary to meet climate goals. And more.
The second smallest state in the nation is not known for large-scale solar installations, but the tide is slowly turning.
Also on the rise: Aerial inspection of solar plants goes mainstream. Faster, lower-cost interconnection by combining ERCOT, MISO, PJM approaches. CleanCapital acquires BQ Energy. And more!
Qualified customers are offered a solar installation for free. The pilot also offers cost assistance for moderate-income households.
The business magnate avoided what would have been the largest judgement in history on an individual executive.
While federal policy action (or inaction) grabs all the headlines, let’s look back at some of the most impactful state and local developments from 2021.
SB 2 removes a series of barriers that have prevented community solar growth in Delaware, while also making it easier for low-income residents to access community solar.
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