Regulatory Certainty Could Help Stabilize Michigan’s Market

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent

Stability and certainty. Those two elements are always critical to building and expanding a solar industry. And a third element is supporting the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (or PURPA, as it is most often known in the solar industry.
Well, late last week Michigan decided to combine all three elements in their Public Service Commission (MPSC) finalized the rates and standard contract terms for Consumers Energy, one of Michigan’s biggest investor-owned utilities. In the ruling, they set the rates the utility must pay for energy and capacity from solar energy facilities and other independent power producers

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