NewEnergyNews: Fights On Solar Policy Go Nationwide

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    Thursday, April 25, 2019

    Fights On Solar Policy Go Nationwide

    The 50 States of Solar Report: 43 States and D.C. Took Action on Distributed Solar Policy and Rate Design During Q1 2019

    April 24, 2019 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…43 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico took some type of distributed solar policy action during Q1 2019…with the greatest number of actions relating to net metering policies, residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases, and community solar policies…[According to NCCETC’s Q1 2019 50 States of Solar, three trends in solar policy activity emerged from the] 160 distributed solar policy actions were taken…(1) state legislatures weighing in on distributed generation rate design, (2) states moving in different directions on net metering, and (3) a number of new states considering adopting community solar policies…State legislatures considered at least 141 bills related to net metering, rate design, and solar ownership policies during Q1 2019, with seven bills being enacted so far…

    …[The top five policy developments of Q1 2019 were…The Maine State Legislature restoring retail rate net metering in the state…Kentucky lawmakers initiating the development of a net metering successor tariff…The Arkansas Legislature legalizing solar leasing and addressing net metering successor tariffs…Colorado regulators opening a new rulemaking on community solar and net metering…[and] Sacramento Municipal Utility District proposing a new grid access charge for customers with on-site generation…The future of net metering is very much a state-by-state question right now…” click here for more

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