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Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities Investigates Issues Relating to Net Metering, Energy Storage, and Forward Capacity...

On October 3, 2017, the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (“DPU”) opened a new docket (D.P.U. 17-146) to investigate two issues: whether energy storage systems paired with net metering facilities are eligible for...more

Energy & Sustainability Connections Newsletter - September 2017

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Leaders in the News - Wayne Fueling Systems Launches Disaster Relief Initiatives - This month, we are excited to feature our client Wayne Fueling Systems, a global provider of fuel dispensing, payment, automation, and...more

Massachusetts energy storage, net metering, and capacity market inquiry

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Massachusetts utility regulators have opened an inquiry to investigate the eligibility of energy storage systems paired with net metering facilities to net meter and the qualification and bidding of certain net metering...more

New York Public Service Commission Adopts Compensation Values for Distributed Energy Resources in Reforming the Energy Vision...

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On September 14, 2017, the New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC or the Commission) issued its Order on Phase One Value of Distributed Energy Resources Implementation Proposals, Cost Mitigation Issues, and Related Matters...more

Massachusetts DPU Issues New Storage, Net Metering, And FCM Inquiry; Solicits Comments

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On October 3, 2017, the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (the Department) commenced an inquiry into the (1) eligibility of energy storage systems to net meter, pursuant to G.L. c. 164, §§ 138 - 140 and 220 CMR...more

Net-Metering/Arkansas Public Service Commission: Joint Report/Recommendations of Working Group Filed

A Joint Report and Recommendations of the Net-Metering Working Group (“Report”) was filed before the Arkansas Public Service Commission (“PSC”) on September 15th. See In the Matter of Net-Metering and the Implementation of...more

Sustainable Development Update - September 2017 #2

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Sustainable Development Focus - Here’s how California plans to spend $1.5B in cap-and-trade money - San Jose Mercury News - Sep 12 - As California’s newly strengthened “cap and trade” climate-change program rakes...more

In 2017 Legislative Sessions, New England States Continue to Lead in Clean Energy and Climate Change Measures

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In their 2017 legislative sessions, New England states continued to show support for clean energy projects and policies, as well as efforts to reduce greenhouse gases, and continue to look to each other in determining what...more

Energy Independence in the Age of Renewables

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Facing the traditional energy sector’s uncertain future and the decreased cost of producing renewable energy, many companies have taken to generating their own power. Manufacturers may be in an ideal position to do the same...more

Renewable Energy Update - June 2017 #4

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Renewable Energy Focus - Renewables don’t threaten U.S. grid reliability - Solar Industry Magazine - Jun 20 - A new report by Analysis Group has answered questions posed two months ago by U.S. Department of...more

Montana to study customer-generator costs, benefits

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Montana utility regulators are preparing to study the costs and benefits of distributed solar energy projects and other customer-generators. The results could reshape the way net-metered customers are charged for electric...more

Vietnam's New Solar Power Policy

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Effective June 1, 2017, Decision No. 11/2017/QD-TTg ("Decision 11"), supports the development of solar power projects to address energy security concerns related to the overreliance on coal fired and hydropower projects....more

2017 Vermont Legislative Session | The Year in Review - DRM's Government & Public Affairs Team Final Analysis

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A May 18th adjournment brought to a close the first half of the 74th biennial session of the Vermont General Assembly. Drama awaits as Gov. Phil Scott has threatened to veto H.518, the fiscal year 2018 budget, over an...more

New York Is Transitioning Away from Net Energy Metering for Distributed Resources

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New details from the New York Public Service Commission and New York’s investor-owned utilities outline shift to a value-based compensation model for distributed energy resources. Key Points: ..Distributed generation...more

Infocast’s Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit Soundbites

Below are soundbites from speakers and panelists who spoke at Infocast’s Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit on March 22 and 23 in San Diego. It was Infocast’s best attended event ever, and the mood was relatively...more

MA net metering, Single Parcel and Subdivision rules

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Massachusetts utility regulators have opened an inquiry to review the current standards and procedures by which distributed generation projects seek exceptions to the net metering rules and regulations that generally require...more

NY Moves from Retail Rate Net Metering to Value-Based Compensation for Distributed Generation

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The New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) approved an order on March 9 that will shift the state’s mechanism for compensating distributed energy resources from retail rate net metering to value-based compensation. The...more

Electric Utility and Solar Advocates in Arizona Reach Compromise Rate Settlement for Rooftop Solar

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The Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) and solar industry representatives and advocates have reached a settlement on rooftop solar compensation and rate design, following years of heated policy debate. The settlement, which...more

Renewable Energy Update - February 2017 #3

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Renewable Energy Focus - California demand for wind power energizes transmission firms - Reuters - Feb 15 - A firm controlled by Philip Anschutz, the billionaire entertainment and pro sports magnate, will...more

What is Happening with Net Metering in New Hampshire?

Pursuant to New Hampshire House Bill 1116, the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission has initiated a proceeding to develop new alternative net metering tariffs and to determine how to limit net metering within each...more

"FERC Could See Substantial Changes Under President Trump"

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is a somewhat obscure and highly technical agency that was not discussed specifically during President Donald Trump’s campaign. Its regulatory footprint is, however,...more

Renewable Energy Update - January 2017 #3

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Renewable Energy Focus - Study reports climate policies provide $13 billion in economic benefits to San Joaquin Valley - Los Angeles Times - Jan 18 - As California lawmakers prepare for another round of...more

Renewable Energy Update - January 2017

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Renewable Energy Focus - Solar industry tackles financial barriers by merging two key organizations - Greentech Media - Jan 4 - The alphabet soup of solar industry organizations just got a little bit less...more

Renewable Energy Update - December 2016 #4

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Renewable Energy Focus - Renewables challenge natural gas plants on price in latest Lazard analysis - Utility Dive - Dec 20 - The latest version of Lazard’s Levelized Cost of Energy Analysis (LCOE) shows...more

Maine considers community solar rules

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As Maine utility regulators consider changes to the state’s net metering rule for solar panels and other customer-owned generation, revisions proposed by the Public Utilities Commission could change how consumers can...more

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