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  • TODAY AT NewEnergyNews, November 19:

  • TODAY’S STUDY: The Trends In Distributed Solar Pricing and Placement
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    Thursday, October 24, 2019

    The Fight For Solar Now

    The 50 States of Solar: Net Metering Reforms Dominate State Policy Activity in Q3 2019

    October 23, 2019 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center)

    “…42 states, plus the District of Columbia took some type of distributed solar policy action during Q3 2019, [according to the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) Q3 2019 50 States of Solar update,] with the greatest number of actions continuing to address net metering policies, residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases, and community solar policies…A total of 150 distributed solar policy actions were taken during Q3 2019, with the greatest number of actions taken in California, New York, Arizona, Arkansas, New Hampshire, and Louisiana…The report identifies three trends in solar policy activity… (1) utilities proposing more modest residential fixed charge increases, (2) states considering credit adders for community solar projects serving low-income customers, and (3) stakeholders reaching agreements on net metering reform in some states but not others…

    ...[T]he top five policy developments of Q3 2019 were: The Louisiana Public Service Commission approving major net metering reforms; Connecticut regulators filing proposed shared solar program rules; Xcel Energy requesting changes to the value of solar methodology in Minnesota; The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission opening a new proceeding on DERs; and Massachusetts regulators rejecting National Grid’s proposed minimum monthly reliability contribution for net metering customers…” click here for more

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