Net metering 2.0 faces controversy as ORA admits it was in talks with APS to develop proposal. This collaboration resulted in ORA's plan to significantly cut net metering.
Next week, CPUC begins hearing to determine what changes, if any, to make to net metering in the state. Recent APS case may impact the proceedings.
by Chris Meehan. Originally published at solarreviews.com The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) surveyed 25 of the active community solar projects for a new report...
by Steven Bushong. Originally published at solarpowerworldonline.com As world leaders prepare to gather in Paris to discuss global sustainability goals, NRG Home Solar, one of...
Stratus Solar prepares to build two 10.6 MW solar installations at military bases in the state. The arrays will be located at the Anniston Army Depot and Fort Rucker Army Base.
This post was originally published at the Impress Labs Solar Marketing Think Tank The first rule of talking to Americans about climate change: Don’t talk about...
RGS Energy and Mosaic announce that they have partnered to launch the Mosaic Home Solar Loan.
The 88 kW system at Schernecker Property Services was designed and built by Nexamp and financed by Nextility, who will own and operate the project.
The Chair of San Diego County's Board of Supervisors told the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that she supports net metering, and provided concrete examples of its benefits.
Study finds that placing utility scale solar in urban rather than in suburban or rural areas minimizes environmental impact. In CA, this would provide energy to power the state 4.8 times over.
by John Farrell. Originally published at ilsr.org Earlier this week, the Public Utilities Commission of Hawaii approved the proposal of the islands’ largest utility to...
Program allows investor-owned utilities to offer solar customers an immediate economic benefit, while assuring non-participants that they will not be subsidizing the program.