NewEnergyNews: The Big Fights For Solar

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    Wednesday, November 04, 2020

    The Big Fights For Solar

    The 50 States of Solar: States Continue to Evolve Net Metering Policies During Q3 2020

    October 21, 2020 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…The Q3 2020 50 States of Solar finds that 42 states, plus the District of Columbia, took [146 distributed solar policy actions] during Q3 2020…with the greatest number of actions continuing to address net metering policies (58), community solar policies (35), and residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases (21)…[T]he greatest number of actions taken in New York, New Hampshire, and Maine…[Three key trends were] (1) states exploring time-of-use rates for net metering customers, (2) state value of solar studies continuing to show widely varying results, and (3) COVID-19 impacting utility rate cases and regulator decisions…

    …[The top five distributed solar policy actions of Q3 2020 were] Duke Energy and solar advocates reaching a net metering settlement in South Carolina…New York regulators approving a successor tariff for mass market projects…New Hampshire Commission Staff publishing a study of the locational value of distributed generation…The Net Metering 3.0 proceeding kicking off in California; and…Ameren, solar advocates, and regulators clashing over net metering in Illinois…” click here for more

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