Content Category: Policy Watch
Exelon Backs Carbon Fee Option For EPA's Clean Power Plan
on 20 Feb 2015 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Testifying before the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at a technical conference to discuss the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed Clean Power Plan, Kathleen Barron, Exelon's senior vice president of [read more]
Report: Clean Power Plan Poses No Problems For Electric Reliability
on 12 Feb 2015 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
A new report by the Brattle Group prepared for the Advanced Energy Economy Institute (AEEI) says the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan (CPP) to cut carbon emissions from power plants [read more]
CALSEIA Issues California Net-Metering Update
on 28 Jan 2015 by Brad Heavner email the content item print the content item
Net-energy metering (NEM) has been a cornerstone of the California solar market since 1996. It allows a solar customer's meter to spin backward, giving customers credit at full retail rates [read more]
U.S. ITC Votes To Uphold Anti-Dumping Finding Against China And Taiwan
on 22 Jan 2015 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to confirm an earlier preliminary finding that imports of solar photovoltaic products from China and Taiwan are injuring U.S. manufacturers. The commission [read more]
Hawaiian Electric Proposes NEM Rate Cut For Solar Customers
on 20 Jan 2015 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Hawaiian Electric Companies is submitting a plan to the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to reduce the compensation it pays to net-energy metering (NEM) solar customers to below the retail [read more]
Utility Commission Order Bolsters N.C.'s Status As A Rising Solar Power
on 08 Jan 2015 by Michael Puttre email the content item print the content item
On Dec. 31, 2014, the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) issued a decision that supporters say will bolster the position of solar power in the state. The order, pertaining to [read more]
Gov. Brown Aims To Expand Solar, Generate 50% Of California's Electricity From Renewable Sources By 2030
on 05 Jan 2015 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
California Gov. Jerry Brown has pledged to expand his state's commitment to clean energy, setting forth a goal to generate 50% of electricity from renewable sources by 2030. Brown was [read more]
CASE Says U.S. Solar Sector Harmed By Decision To Impose PV Tariffs
on 23 Dec 2014 by Michael Puttre email the content item print the content item
Although some manufacturers of photovoltaic solar products feel satisfied by the U.S. Department of Commerce's decision to impose anti-dumping tariffs on photovoltaic products originating from China and Taiwan, others say [read more]
Washington Governor Proposes Cap-And-Trade System
on 18 Dec 2014 by SI Staff
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has proposed a carbon cap-and-trade mechanism for the state. Building on an executive order Inslee issued in April, the Carbon Pollution Accountability Act (CPAA) would create [read more]
Colorado PUC Rejects Xcel Energy's Solar*Connect Subscription Program
on 09 Dec 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Solar sector advocates were pleased that the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) rejected a proposal by Xcel Energy to create community solar projects under its Solar*Connect program. "It was one [read more]
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