Net Metering


There may be such a thing as over-studying -- especially when the studies keep finding the same thing. That's been the case with study after study on the costs and benefits of net metering.


Another year, another Intersolar. Part 1 of our coverage looks at the opening ceremony and issues of net metering, community solar, and -- yes -- booth babes. Despite them, the conference didn't disappoint.


NRDC and SolarCity publish an analysis on costs and benefits of rooftop solar energy in Nevada. The study shows net metering is benefitting all utility customers in the state, and benefits could significantly increase under good solar policies.


Green Mountain Power in Vermont can provide a roadmap for utilities to accommodate distributed generation.


Welcome to the October net metering round up. Here you will find all the latest information about what's been happening in the world of...


by John Farrell.  Originally published at   Earlier this week, the Public Utilities Commission of Hawaii approved the proposal of the islands’ largest utility to...


As California awaits a decision on what Net Metering 2.0 will look like, CALSEIA calls on industry professionals and advocates to show support for rooftop solar.


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.


It's been another busy month for solar net metering. With the APS case in Arizona resolved for the moment, the focus shifts to California and Michigan.


The hits keep coming for net-metering opponents. Last week, the utility Arizona Public Service (APS) withdrew its proposed net metering increase. Instead, the utility...