Post Tagged with: "Connecticut"

Solar companies, Connecticut towns start to settle property tax dispute

Solar companies, Connecticut towns start to settle property tax dispute

May 3, 2021 at 12:20 pm 0 comments

Via Energy News Network: Connecticut towns are negotiating settlements with solar developers over dozens of disputed property tax assessments on residential solar installations. Solar companies filed about 200 lawsuits in recent years challenging local assessors’ interpretation of a state law they say was meant to exempt residential solar installations from property taxes. AmbiguousRead More

Solar photovoltaic panels arrive waiting to be erected for a 842 kilowatt ground mount system at Miyoshi America's manufacturing facility in Dayville, CT.

Dynamic Energy begins construction on solar project for The Miyoshi Kasei Group

November 13, 2020 at 9:36 am Comments are Disabled

Miyoshi America, a leading manufacturer for the global cosmetics industry is building a ground-mounted solar system at its manufacturing facility and US headquarters in Dayville, Conn., with Dynamic Energy. The 842 kilowatt system is projected to meet 38% of the facility’s annual energy needs. By partnering with Dynamic Energy, a full-service solar energyRead More

Connecticut Green Bank has open request for proposals to support clean energy investment

Connecticut Green Bank has open request for proposals to support clean energy investment

August 31, 2020 at 11:18 am Comments are Disabled

Through its open request for proposals for Green Bank Capital Solutions, the Connecticut Green Bank plans to further catalyze the green energy economy in Connecticut by providing access by project developers and others to capital. Projects financed through the request for proposals would either not happen or be realized atRead More

Connecticut Green Bank develops, sells six solar projects to Skyview Ventures

Connecticut Green Bank develops, sells six solar projects to Skyview Ventures

August 25, 2020 at 4:32 pm Comments are Disabled

Skyview Ventures, a Connecticut based renewable energy investor, acquired six solar PV projects (a total of 1.2 MW of solar capacity) developed by The Connecticut Green Bank, that will benefit municipal properties, a nonprofit organization and an affordable multifamily housing provider. All six projects are backed by Power Purchase Agreements, andRead More

Connecticut Superior Court

Connecticut solar installers are in legal fight over property tax exemption language

February 28, 2020 at 8:53 am Comments are Disabled

This article was originally published on Energy News Network. Court cases dispute the definition of “private residential use” for exempting solar installations from property taxes. At least 15 municipalities in Connecticut are locked in court battles with solar companies who say they are wrongfully taxing residential solar installations. Since 2017,Read More

Utility attacks on home solar continue: Connecticut next to end net metering

Utility attacks on home solar continue: Connecticut next to end net metering

May 9, 2018 at 4:04 pm 1 comment

As bad as the #TrumpTariffs were, the regulatory changes and attacks on the economics of distributed generation at the local level across the country are a much bigger cause for concern. Connecticut utility Eversource and its pals in the Connecticut Senate and House are following the lead of recent adoptersRead More

Solar workers rally in Connecticut to try to save net metering

Solar workers rally in Connecticut to try to save net metering

April 26, 2018 at 2:04 pm Comments are Disabled

Solar workers and advocates from over a dozen companies across Connecticut filled the area in front of the Connecticut’s Capitol Building’s north entrance with signs reading “Save Solar Jobs,” and “Fix SB9.” The rally was organized jointly by Solar Connecticut and The Alliance for Solar Choice, with participation from atRead More

New site allows Connecticut residents to comparison shop for solar

New site allows Connecticut residents to comparison shop for solar

August 15, 2016 at 8:46 am Comments are Disabled

Connecticut residents in search of comprehensive solar information can now visit GoSolarCT.com, which allows homeowners to research and comparison-shop for solar online, while helping local solar installers grow their business. The website is the result of a partnership between the Connecticut Green Bank and EnergySage. The entire EnergySage offering has beenRead More