The state’s Corporation Commission has argued that the program as designed would give Dominion “extraordinary discretion” in setting rates.
The power giant is planning to contract with 760 MW of third-party solar projects by 2020, as well as building 240 MW of solar by 2021 – but also to build new gas plants and keep its nuclear reactors running for unheard-of timelines.
A new report sheds light on primarily states, primarily in the sunbelt, that dampen (or drown) rooftop solar through bad policies, or none at all.
The court has sided against Dominion in a ruling that makes it easier for large energy consumers to sign up for 100% renewable energy options from alternative suppliers.
The company is billing the contract with a portion of a 500 MW project as the largest corporate solar power purchase agreement (PPA) to date.
The semi-public power authority is not even trying to hide its attempt to slow down deployment of customer-owned solar and other forms of distributed generation.
The pilot, which the co-operatives expect to last three years, would provide for the construction of two facilities in the state, the power from which members could subscribe.
President Trump’s tariff decision was not the worst-case scenario for the U.S. market, but GTM Research says that it will still have effects, particularly in marginal and emerging regional markets.
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