NewEnergyNews: The Fight For Solar Spreading

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    Thursday, July 26, 2018

    The Fight For Solar Spreading

    The 50 States of Solar: 42 States and D.C. Took Action on Distributed Solar Policy and Rate Design During Q2 2018

    July 25, 2018 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…42 states and the District of Columbia took [148 distributed solar policy actions] during Q2 2018…[The greatest number were related] to residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases, net metering policies and community solar policies…[and the greatest number were] taken in California, Arizona, New York, Virginia and Massachusetts…[The Q2 2018 The 50 States of Solar from NCCETC] identifies three trends in solar policy activity…(1) states working to increase low-income customer participation in community solar programs, (2) state legislatures considering bills effectively undoing or amending regulatory decisions, and (3) regulators approving residential fixed charge reductions…[The top five policy developments were] Connecticut becoming the latest state to move away from net metering; The New Jersey legislature adopting a statewide community solar policy; The Florida Public Service Commission opening the door to residential solar leasing; Idaho regulators approving Idaho Power’s request to separate distributed generation customers into a unique class; and Colorado, Connecticut, and New York regulators approving residential fixed charge reductions…” click here for more

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