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Report: Indiana could save $2.3 billion via demand reduction strategies

Report: Indiana could save $2.3 billion via demand reduction strategies

February 13, 2018 at 8:42 am 0 comments

As utility data becomes more publicly available, the more innovative ideas and solutions can be proposed. Like this: A report issued by Indiana Advanced Energy Economy finds that a combination of demand reduction strategies could avoid or defer the need for new power plants, transmission lines, and distribution infrastructure acrossRead More

Solar legislation update: Indiana kills residential solar; Florida close to tax exemptions

Solar legislation update: Indiana kills residential solar; Florida close to tax exemptions

May 8, 2017 at 11:52 am Comments are Disabled

First, the bad news. Indiana says goodbye to net metering Unofficially the most-talked-about bill in the solar industry, Indiana’s SB 309 was officially passed and signed into law, just before the end of the legislative session. The bill lost some of its teeth from a total “buy all; sell all”Read More

Indiana Senate bill on the table to end net metering in the state

Indiana Senate bill on the table to end net metering in the state

January 23, 2017 at 1:33 pm Comments are Disabled

Indiana is the latest state considering a change to its net metering rules at the behest of the utilities. Senate Bill 309 is vague on its timeline, but at its heart is the goal of reducing the payback of residential PV systems. What are the proposed changes? Under the currentRead More