Net-Energy Metering

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All Sides Agree on Maine’s Replacement of Net Energy Metering

Maine appears poised to replace its net-energy metering (NEM) program with new legislation that is projected to increase the state’s solar photovoltaics (PV) penetration by over 12 times the current installed capacity by...more

Solar Storm- Net Metering in Nevada

Battles over net energy metering (NEM) policy are currently raging nationwide, and are only expected to intensify in the face of the recent investment tax credit (ITC) extension. NEM, a state statute-based policy incentive...more

California's Solar Energy-Friendly Policy Survives... For Now

CPUC Will Take Comments on a Proposed Decision on Net Energy Metering Tariff - The California Public Utilities Commission has issued a proposed decision adopting the successor to the existing Net Energy Metering tariff....more

CPUC Proposes to Preserve Retail Rates for Residential Distributed Generation

The California Public Utilities Commission released a proposed decision yesterday in its proceeding concerning the future of net energy metering (NEM) for customers of the state’s three largest utilities who install renewable...more

Maine considers net metering alternative

The Maine Office of the Public Advocate has proposed a new mechanism to encourage the development of solar energy capacity in the state. Under Maine’s existing law, customers with onsite generation may choose “net energy...more

Southern California Edison Proposes Rooftop Solar Surcharge

The California Public Utilities Commission will consider a proposal filed by Southern California Edison Aug. 3 to implement a surcharge for rooftop solar panels installed after July 2017, or when SCE reaches its current...more

An Air of Cooperation: The Residential Zero Net Energy Action Plan and its Implications for Local Governments and Agencies

The California Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan, first published by the California Public Utilities Commission in 2008 and updated in 2011, outlines California’s strategic goals to increase energy efficiency across myriad...more

Connecticut Expands Energy Sub-Metering

Up until very recently, only campgrounds and marinas could sub-meter electricity usage. This meant that landlords were prohibited by law from sub-metering electricity to their tenants. As a result, any allocation of...more

CPUC Begins Work on Successor NEM Tariff

BB&K is Forming a Coalition to Represent the Public Agency Perspective on Renewable Energy Investments to the CPUC - The California Public Utilities Commission recently held a workshop with interested stakeholders...more

California Public Utilities Commission Protects Net Metering Customers

A recent California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) decision will protect the net metering rights of existing distributed generation customers. Under Decision 14-03-041 (Decision), customers taking electric service under a...more

California's Utilities Must Lower Barriers to Energy Storage Systems

In a proposed decision issued today from the California Public Utilities Commission, an administrative law judge (ALJ) determined that energy storage devices (i) that are paired with net energy metering- (NEM) eligible...more

CPUC Issues Decision to Protect Solar Customers for 20 Years

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recently ruled to protect all existing solar, biogas and wind customers under their current net-energy metering (NEM) contracts for a 20-year grandfathering period. The...more

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