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Massachusetts bill passes to stop Eversource demand charge but doesn’t address net metering

August 1, 2018 at 8:35 am 0 comments

Massachusetts lawmakers passed An Act to Advance Clean Energy yesterday that will pretty much do what it says, with one really important victory for the solar industry, and one potential setback. The victory was a call for Eversource to revise the demand charge it tried to impose (this was theRead More

Arizona Public Service agrees to compromise on rate plan with solar industry

Arizona Public Service agrees to compromise on rate plan with solar industry

March 3, 2017 at 9:38 am Comments are Disabled

Despite the polarized political climate, some compromises are still possible. Arizona was a state that seemed determined to impose damaging demand charges on its customers as its answer to the proliferation of distributed energy resources coming onto the grid, but Arizona Public Service and solar advocates were able to findRead More

Net metering vs. demand charges: The latest news in an endless regulatory debate

Net metering vs. demand charges: The latest news in an endless regulatory debate

December 5, 2016 at 11:54 am 2 comments

No matter how many studies come out to show the value of distributed generation and rooftop solar, there will likely be just as many that state the opposite. Every side is then able to choose the reports that state what they’d like them to state and form their agendas fromRead More

Another demand charge bites the dust: El Paso Electric settlement approved

Another demand charge bites the dust: El Paso Electric settlement approved

August 22, 2016 at 11:00 am Comments are Disabled

The Texas Public Utilities Commission approved a settlement supported by El Paso Electric, the Office of Public Utility Counsel, Energy Freedom Coalition of America, SEIA, Eco El Paso, and Sunrun to drop a demand charge targeted at customers who invest in rooftop solar. El Paso Electric, which serves 300,000 customersRead More