The ongoing discussion in the Nevada legislature over a proposed modification of net metering in the state last week included a $1.3 billion estimate of the cost over 20 years from NV Energy.
After two brutal years of wrangling over what net-metering would look like, the Battle Born state is one step closer to seeing the practice (nearly) restored.
The Battle Born State may finally be seeing its two-year battle over net metering coming to an end – and rooftop installers, as well as residential and commercial/industrial customers should be pleased.
The first full quarter since Tesla’s acquisition of SolarCity shows a 30% fall in watts of solar deployed, as the company focuses on preparations for the roll-out of its Solar Roof and Model 3 electric vehicle, including expanded battery production.
The case, filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada, shows the California installer has liabilities of up to $10 million, owed to up to 5,000 creditors.
With the passage of SB 65 and SB 204, the Silver State is set to revive a solar industry that has been in flux for the past two years.
Despite a significant slowdown in a two-year rooftop solar installations, which left NV Energy as essentially the state’s only solar option, the utility reached its legislatively mandated 20% level of renewable energy production last year.
A little more than a week after commissioning the first solar plant built on tribal lands, First Solar completed the sale of the project to Capital Dynamics.
The Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project is the first of four planned by First Solar in partnership with tribes in the Las Vegas area.
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