We included a roundup of solar net metering battles and other state-level regulatory action to watch inside our new Residential Rooftop Report, which we posted last week, and since then, there’s already more headlines to roundup. Utah is going to phase out tax credits Utah’s residents have been able toRead More
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The Maryland Public Service Commission has approved final regulations to establish a community solar pilot program in Maryland, with an emphasis on providing renewable energy benefits for low and moderate income customers. The regulations are expected to be published on July 8, 2016 in the Maryland Register and will becomeRead More
MDV-SEIA said that it is “depply disappointed” that Governor Hogan vetoed the Clean Energy Jobs Act especially considering Hogan ran his campaign on supporting jobs in Maryland. “Honestly, we’re confused. Governor Hogan ran his campaign on supporting Maryland jobs. That’s what our industry brings. This veto puts thousands of solarRead More
The Dominion Foundation presented the University of Maryland with a $50,000 educational grant — part of Dominion’s Higher Educational Partnership — that was one of 40 awarded to colleges and post-secondary schools to fund projects in energy, environmental studies, engineering and workforce development. Maryland’s project, “Design of Efficient Solar Cooling System with HighRead More
SunEdison Inc., the world’s largest renewable energy development company, today announced the completion of a 2.1 megawatt solar energy system that will supply electricity to Maryland’s Pocomoke City’s wastewater treatment plant via a 20 year power purchase agreement. These projects were on the TerraForm Power call right list and have beenRead More