National Grid had requested up to 5x and 3x increases on fixed charges for residential and commercial customers, as well as a new charge for community and government solar.
This week we saw policy wins in California and New York City, as well as some good signs from Nevada and a promising policy in Massachusetts – not to mention documentation of a big fall in solar costs.
GameChange Solar provided precast ballasted PV ground systems installed on five landfills in Massachusetts.
The proposed policy to follow SREC-2 will feature a bonus paid per kilowatt-hour delivered, through a declining block grant schedule. Details have not been finalized at this time.
A bankruptcy court has approved the expedited auction of SunEdison projects with NRG as the “stalking horse” bidder, and NRG has separately announced the purchase of 26 C&I solar projects.
The company has contracted for over 20 MW of projects in Massachusetts and Vermont.
Today we bring you the first weekly collection of stories from the new pv magazine USA website.
The bad news: larger PV systems will have their compensation cut in November. The good news: Massachusetts has reached its 1.6 GW goal for installed PV four years early.
If the omnibus energy bill is signed by Governor Baker, Massachusetts will become the third state to mandate that utilities procure energy storage.
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