The Environmental Law & Policy Center says Illinois is well on its way to building a strong clean-energy infrastructure and offers its suggestions on how to enhance it’s region-leading work.
Sean Gallagher of SEIA comments on the burgeoning regional solar market at the Solar Midwest conference in Chicago.
Solar developers face the challenges of different degrees of uncertainty in project construction, financing and subscriber acquisition.
The Illinois Commerce Commission approved the tariff despite some issues over exclusion of transmission charges.
The “Draft Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan” spells out Future Energy Jobs Act programs and SREC pricing for a Spring 2018 launch
ComEd’s community solar tariff faces intervenors in regulatory approval. Meanwhile, Illinois has signed into law legislation enabling Property Assessed Clean Energy.
Under a new tariff structure, consumers could subscribe to community solar projects and get credits on their bills equal to their share of the project.
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