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    Wednesday, July 28, 2021

    Policymakers Back Batteries For Solar

    The 50 States of Solar: States Consider Time-Varying Rates and Battery Storage in Net Metering Tariff Design in Q2 2021

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

    “…[NCCETC’s Q2 2021 50 States of Solar finds that 42 states, plus the District of Columbia, took some type of distributed solar policy action during Q2 2021…[The greatest number of actions continued] to address net metering policies (60), community solar policies (38), and residential fixed charge or minimum bill increases (30). A total of 179 distributed solar policy actions were taken during Q2 2021…[Three trends in solar policy activity taken in Q2 2021 were]: (1) regulators evaluating time-varying credit rates for net metering customers, (2) utilities designing distributed generation programs with energy storage in mind, and (3) states continuing to focus on community solar for low-income customers…

    The top five distributed solar policy actions of Q2 2021 [were]…South Carolina regulators approving solar choice metering tariff designs…The Kentucky Public Service Commission issuing a decision on Kentucky Power’s net metering proposal…Hawaii’s HECO utilities proposing new distributed energy resource programs…Sacramento Municipal Utility District proposing a net metering successor tariff in California…[and] Pedernales Electric Cooperative in Texas considering major net metering changes…” click here for more

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