Post Tagged with: "net metering"

New Hampshire residents support solar energy, net metering

New Hampshire residents support solar energy, net metering

January 11, 2016 at 10:09 am 1 comment

A new state-wide poll found that 4 out of 5 New Hampshire voters favor solar as an energy source and a clear majority support New Hampshire’s net metering law that allows solar customers to get credit for the extra energy their solar panels produce. The support spans political party lines.Read More

SolarCity affirms: ‘We have no alternative but to cease Nevada installations’

SolarCity affirms: ‘We have no alternative but to cease Nevada installations’

December 28, 2015 at 9:23 am 7 comments

SolarCity followed up on its claim that it would cease doing business in Nevada if the state’s Public Utilities Commission votedĀ to approve of a new tariff that would retroactively apply to all net metered solar residents. Here is the original story for background. “This is a very difficult decision butRead More

We are running out of Nevada stock images.

Solar CEOs say they will cease operations in Nevada if proposed tariff changes go through

December 22, 2015 at 9:33 am 6 comments

Nevada is on the verge of voting on a drastic change to its rate structure that would retroactively affect anyone who has already installed solar based on the original net metering tariff. Residents and several solar CEOs are unhappy with this sudden change in direction. From the Las Vegas Review-Journal:Read More

Group fights against ‘arbitrary solar cap’ in New Hampshire

Group fights against ‘arbitrary solar cap’ in New Hampshire

November 13, 2015 at 10:01 am 1 comment

The solar advocateĀ group TUSK (Tell Utilities Solar won’t be Killed) says that New Hampshire is crashing into an arbitrary cap on solar, and without swift measures before the next legislative session begins in January, New Hampshire’s competitive solar market and local jobs are in jeopardy. TUSK Chairman Barry Goldwater Jr.Read More