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    Thursday, April 26, 2018

    Sunny States Falling Behind In Solar

    10 Sunny States Get Failing Grade for Rooftop Solar Policies; Texas, Florida Make List for Hostile Approach to Distributed Solar Despite Potential

    April 23, 2018 (Center for Biological Diversity)

    “Ten of the nation’s sunniest states get a failing grade for policies that actively block, or don’t encourage, rooftop solar development… Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin account for more than 33 percent of the total rooftop-solar potential of small buildings in the contiguous United States but less than 8 percent of net generation in 2017...[According to Throwing Shade from the Center for Biological Diversity, all] 10 states are falling far behind states with stronger policies in meeting their technical potential for rooftop solar…Texas and Florida stand out as two of the states with the most potential but the worst distributed-solar policies…Among the most common barriers to the expansion of distributed solar in the 10 states are a lack of community solar policies, poor compensation policies, and prohibited or unclear rules for third-party ownership…” click here for more

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