Vermont Installers Worry About Changes to State Net-Metering and Federal Tax Credits

A developer says that changes to state net metering and federal tax credits will make projects harder to put [...]

Unexpected Compromise on Net Metering in Iowa

Iowa utilities and clean energy groups both supported a new net metering law but now disagree on its interpretation. [...]

Net Metering and Energy Storage See Significant FERC Support

Solar net metering saw a significant legal win this month, as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) voted to [...]

Federal Energy Regulators Reject Attack on Rooftop Solar Policies

Federal regulators on Thursday released a pair of decisions expected to impact the expansion of renewable power nationwide—one that [...]

Victory for Wholesale Energy Storage, but Does Order 841 Allow FERC to Assault Net Metering?

Order 841 lets regional transmission operators create wholesale markets for energy storage — potentially including fleets of behind-the-meter storage [...]

State Policies for Solar Net Metering Under Threat

A fast-tracked FERC petition during a pandemic could “end net metering as we know it,” one legal expert warns. [...]

Iowa Utility and Solar Advocates Compromise on Net Metering Proposal

 A proposal, which still needs to pass in the legislature, would preserve net metering and let utilities recoup costs [...]

Net Metering Survives in Idaho

State regulators have overwhelmingly ruled to deny Idaho Power’s proposal to decrease the net metering rate for residential solar [...]

Construction Begins on 12.44-MW Rhode Island Community Solar Project

TurningPoint Energy and Nautilus Solar Energy have begun construction on the King community solar project in North Smithfield, Rhode Island. The project, [...]

Idaho Power Proposes 50% Lower Net Metering Rate for Solar Customers

On Nov. 13, Idaho Power Company (IPC) filed a proposal to change the rules for existing rooftop solar customers. [...]