Will Virtual Net Metered Projects Survive Under Massachusetts’ New Solar Policy Regime?

By [email protected] After more than a year and a half of deliberations, Massachusetts lawmakers finally passed net metering reform in April that will allow the commercial solar market to breathe a (short) sigh of relief. The resulting 3 percent increase to the net-metering caps (7 percent total for private projects) was an obvious boon for PV, as it unfroze hundreds of megawatts of commercial projects previously stuck on a long waitlist.

However, the reform introduces a revised credit mechanism that will put new community solar and other virtual net metering projects at risk. And as discussed in GTM and SEIA’s most recent U.S.

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