Tagged Net Metering

Construction begins on 12.44-MW Rhode Island community solar project

By Billy Ludt TurningPoint Energy and Nautilus Solar Energy have begun construction on the King community solar project in North Smithfield, Rhode Island. The project, originally developed by TurningPoint Energy and now owned by Nautilus, is being constructed by DEPCOM Power as part of Rhode Island’s Community Net Metering Pilot Program. The project represents two…

Nautilus Solar Energy powers on Rhode Island’s first community solar project

By Billy Ludt Nautilus Solar Energy, a national solar acquisition, development and asset management company, announced the opening of Rhode Island’s first operational community solar project under the state’s Community Remote Net Metering Pilot Program. Located in Burrillville, RI, the 3.307-MW community solar garden will provide residents across the state access to solar power without…

Louisiana regulators vote to end net metering benefits

By Kelsey Misbrener The Louisiana Public Service Commission on Sept. 11 voted to end the one-for-one net metering program that has existed in the state since 2007, according to WWL. Existing rooftop solar customers will be grandfathered in for 15 years, but future solar customers will only receive the avoided cost, or about 3 cents…

Best Solar Companies in Georgia

By Ryan Austin How to find the best solar companies in Georgia With no net metering and few incentives, Georgia homeowners looking to save money by installing solar need to choose financing and system size wisely. But the best solar companies in Georgia… Read More The post Best Solar Companies in Georgia appeared first on…

New Hampshire governor vetoes net metering expansion for second time

By Kelsey Misbrener New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu vetoed HB 365 even though it passed in the legislature with bipartisan support. He vetoed a similar bill last September, according to NHPR. The bill would have raised the ability to net meter qualifying renewable energy projects from 1 MW up to 5 MW. According to renewable…

New report summarizes state progress on net metering alternatives

By Kelsey Misbrener The National Regulatory Research Institute has released a new study of actions by U.S. states to change distributed energy resources rate designs for the customer side of the meter. “Review of State Net Energy Metering and Successor Rate Designs” is a summary of the activity among state public utility commissions in finding…

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