Michigan Solar Ruling Could Expand the Role of Residential Energy Storage

State regulators dealt a setback to solar developers last month, but some think it could become a blessing in [...]

Energy Act of 2020 Included in Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021

According to a section-by-section summary of the legislation posted on the committee’s website, section 8007 requires the secretary of [...]

New FERC Order Allows Aggregated Distributed Energy Resources to Participate in Wholesale Markets

National business group Advanced Energy Economy applauded approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) of a long-awaited rule [...]

Federal Policy Could Unlock New Value From Rooftop Solar and Home Batteries

A clean energy group’s report says distributed energy resources need better access to wholesale markets. Rooftop solar panels and [...]

Florida Approves TECO Solar Energy Tariff, Increasing Access to Green Energy

Florida regulators on Tuesday approved Tampa Electric Company’s (TECO) shared solar energy tariff, to help the investor-owned utility’s customers transition to [...]

PJM’s Market Changes: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly for Green Energy and Demand Response

The Mid-Atlantic grid operator just won a court case to keep capacity performance rules that hurt clean energy. Will [...]