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A Look at Solar Net Metering Changes in 2019

The growth of rooftop solar in the U.S. has been supported substantially by state net metering programs. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 mandated...

Five Tips For Avoiding Residential Solar Financing Pitfalls

How much is a happy customer worth to your business? Conversely, how much can an unhappy customer cost you? Increasingly, customer acquisition is the...

What To Know About New Jersey’s New Community Solar Program

On Oct. 1, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) proposed rules establishing a three-year Community Solar Energy Pilot Program, allowing utility customers...

The Case For Solar As A Way To Reduce Our Reliance On Foreign Energy

Wartime technologies have always had a habit of working their way into post-war civilian applications – everything from microwaves to GPS to the internet,...

Unpacking New Jersey’s Much-Needed New Clean Energy Legislation

On May 23, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed the sweeping clean energy bill S.2314, enacting a law that will transform the renewable energy landscape in...

Utilities, Municipalities Are Warming Up To Solar Power

As the solar revolution picks up even more speed, a growing number of utilities and municipalities are jumping on the bandwagon, but they need...

Planning For A Microgrid: How Economic And Infrastructure Analysis Can Help

As the installed costs for solar PV projects have rapidly declined in recent years, more solar PV has been installed across the U.S., and...

NRDC: Grid Reliability During Cold Snap Refutes Need For Coal ‘Bailout’

Much of the country is in the grip of frigid weather, which is increasing demand for electricity (but still less than during hot summer...

SEPA’s Hamm On Puerto Rico’s Resilience And How You Can Help

Prior to Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September, I was generally aware that Puerto Rico’s electric system was in trouble, with a utility that...

Susquehanna University Taps WGL Energy For Solar Project

Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania has entered into an agreement with WGL Energy Systems, a WGL company, to develop a 3.9 MW-DC ground-mounted solar array that...

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