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    Wednesday, April 28, 2021

    The 50 States of Solar: States Consider Over 120 Bills Related to Distributed Solar Policy in Q1 202

    April 21, 2021 (The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…The NCCETC Q1 2021 edition of The 50 States of Solar found 42 states, plus the District of Columbia, had] state regulatory and legislative discussions and actions on distributed solar policy, with a focus on net metering, distributed solar valuation, community solar, residential fixed charges, residential demand and solar charges, third-party ownership, and utility-led rooftop solar programs…[The greatest number of actions were in] continuing to address net metering policies (51), community solar policies (33), and residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases (23). A total of 155 distributed solar policy actions were taken during Q1 2021, with the greatest number of actions taken in South Carolina, California, New York, Maine, and Kentucky…

    The report identifies three trends in solar policy activity taken in Q1 2021: (1) fees based on distributed generation system capacity gaining traction, (2) states revisiting net metering successor tariffs, and (3) states increasing net metering system size limits and aggregate caps…

    …[The top five distributed solar policy actions of Q1 were] Connecticut regulators approving net metering successor tariff designs…New Mexico lawmakers enacting community solar legislation…California utilities and stakeholder filing Net Metering 3.0 proposals…Kansas regulators rejecting Evergy’s proposed distributed generation fees…[and] West Virginia lawmakers passing legislation authorizing third-party solar power purchase agreements…” click here for more

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