The latest NCCETC report on state solar policies finds some new twists as part of an ongoing attempt by utilities to weaken the economics of customer-owned solar, but regulators still mostly aren’t on board.
Despite a challenging financial environment, NRG continues its solar expansion, including an increasing presence in community solar.
The city will now receive 10.5% of its power from one of Texas’ largest utility-scale farms.
Under Oncor’s proposal, its customers who have PV installed would pay a fixed charge every month based on their historical demand – unless their residential bill would be higher under standard rates.
The deal with USBCDC will enable an estimated $200 million worth of solar, and brings Sunnova to over $1.5 billion raised to date.
Sun Action announced that it has begun offering re-engineered models of its PST-2AL Dual Axis Solar Tracker that will sport reduced array fields of 20 to 25 modules, compared with 42 modules in the original design.
The residential solar installer has been getting back on its feet after the failed buy-out by SunEdison, including new offerings and expansion into new states.
The case includes a request to create a special rate class for solar distributed-generation customers, including a new demand charge, to “establish a fair rate structure that reflects the cost to serve each customer class.”
A new report by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) and the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) indicates businesses want to settle in states with good clean-energy infrastructures.
The EZ Own Loan program is designed to capitalize on the increasing desire of residential solar customers to own their systems without worrying about the trouble of maintaining them.
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