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    Solar Policy Advancing Now

    The 50 States of Solar: All Eyes on FERC During Q2 2020

    July 22, 2020 (The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…[NCCETC’s Q2 2020 50 States of Solar finds] 40 states, plus the District of Columbia, took some type of distributed solar policy action during Q2 2020…[including addressing] net metering policies (54), community solar policies (36), and residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases (27)…[Q2 2020’s 156 distributed solar policy actions revealed] three trends… (1) stakeholders expressing broad opposition to federal jurisdiction over electricity sales from customer-generators, (2) states establishing future triggers for net metering successor tariff development, and (3) states and utilities considering metering and billing infrastructure issues related to distributed generation compensation programs…

    …[The top five distributed solar policy actions of Q2 2020 were]…A petition filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding federal jurisdiction over net metering…Arkansas regulators issuing a decision to continue retail rate net metering…Kentucky Power filing the first net metering successor tariff proposal in Kentucky…Hawaii launching Phase 2 of the Community-Based Renewable Energy Program; and…The Illinois Commerce Commission opening a proceeding to set the value of its distributed generation rebate, which will eventually replace retail rate net metering in the state…” click here for more

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