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Indiana killed net metering, solar down 67%, utility now seeking 23% rate increase

A recent filing by Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana reveals a 67% decrease in distributed solar installations since Indiana-Michigan Power Company replaced net metering with the “excess distributed generation” program.


Canadian Solar to open 5 GW solar cell factory in Indiana

The company will invest $800 million to open the manufacturing plant.

Bila Solar announces plans to manufacture lightweight solar modules in U.S.

The Singapore-based developer of glassless, frameless solar modules plans to invest nearly $35 million to renovate a facility in Indianapolis.

Sunrise brief: RETC rates solar panel brands in performance, reliability and quality

Also on the rise: California utility announces launch of distributed energy management system. Replacing coal plant with largest energy storage project in Indiana. And more.

Replacing coal plant with largest energy storage project in Indiana

AES Indiana filed for a 200 MW/800 MWh battery project, slated to be Indiana’s largest. Located at the site of a partially decommissioned multi-unit coal plant, now transitioning to gas, AES expects the project to receive a 40% investment tax credit with the Energy Community adder, and come online by December 1, 2024.

Sunrise brief: Texas curtailed 9% of solar generation in 2022

Also on the rise: The last net-metered project in Indiana. State climate policies that can make a difference. And more.

Solar powers manufacturing of concrete utility poles

The solar installation is enabling Valmont to create utility transmission and distribution poles at scale with lower greenhouse gas emissions.

The last net-metered project in Indiana

A 1.3 MW, behind-the-meter solar project had to meet a six-month deadline in order for the project to be exempt from Indiana’s 2017 law that revoked net-metering.

Sunrise brief: U.S. Customs solar exclusions may be “de facto ban on Chinese polysilicon”

Also on the rise: Turning EV charging centers into islanding solar microgrids. Indiana utility activates first 465 MW solar projects. And more. 

Indiana utility activates first 465 MW solar projects

The projects are part of NIPSCO’s 2.4 GW clean energy fleet replacing a coal generation portfolio to be retired in the coming years.

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