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DOER’s Solar Incentive Straw Proposal: Optimism, Anxiety, Uncertainty.

On September 23, DOER presented a straw proposal for the next phase of Massachusetts solar incentives. DOER’s ambitious proposal for a tariff-based program reflects a thoughtful development process and a laudable goal of...more

Massachusetts net metering expansion bills

As Massachusetts solar energy legislation seems stalled over debate on the value of solar renewable energy credits, 100 state legislators have written to the Massachusetts House of Representatives leadership calling for "a...more

MA solar policy faces change

Massachusetts solar energy faces uncertainty, as the two state policies most supportive of solar photovoltaic project development -- a solar project's right to produce solar renewable energy certificates and a customer's...more

Executory Forward SREC Contracts - What Exactly Does This Mean?

What happens to the payment for a solar renewable energy credit (SREC) when the payor closes its doors? Maryland citizens are finding out the hard way. The promises made to some of them are turning up empty....more

SREC II Carves Out More Room for Community Solar

The Massachusetts DOER has released its revised regulations amending the State’s RPS to implement the next phase of support for solar in the Commonwealth....more

Massachusetts DOER Releases Draft SREC II Regulations

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (MA DOER) has released draft regulations for its SREC II solar program. The regulations are the latest step toward implementing the Commonwealth’s goal to install a total of...more

DOER Expects SREC II Regs by January 2014. What kind of market will we get from SREC II?

At the most recent of what seems to have become near-monthly public meetings convened by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) at the State House concerning all things SREC-related, DOER informed market...more

Farmland Solar Out to Pasture: BPU Approves SRECs for only 3 out of 57 New Grid-Supply Solar Farmland Projects

At its April 29, 2013 public agenda meeting in Trenton, the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) approved only 3 out of 57 new grid-supply solar farmland projects pending approval for solar renewable energy certificates (SRECs)....more

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