Rhode Island Solar Feed-in Tariff Now Accepting Applications for 2014

Blog Daniel Watson | April 04, 2014

Rhode Island Solar Feed-in Tariff Now Accepting Applications for 2014

National Grid, Rhode Island’s electric utility, recently announced a new round of enrollment in the state’s feed-in tariff program in…
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Blog Keith Glassbrook | December 11, 2013

Sol Systems’ Most Viewed Solar Project Finance Articles of 2013

As we reflect on the year, our team took a moment to examine the articles that sparked the most interest…
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Blog Alejandro Neira | October 01, 2013

Palo Alto Feed-in Tariff Stalled by Lucrative Rebate Program

The City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU) has established various programs in the last few years to encourage solar development…
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Blog William Graves | September 12, 2013

California Solar Incentive Alert: Re-MAT Feed-in Tariff Program

Pursuant to Senate Bill 32 of 2009, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) implemented the Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff (Re-MAT) program on…
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Blog Thomas Larson | August 12, 2013

Rhode Island Amends FiT to Require Bids for Small Solar Projects

On August 7th, National Grid changed the rules for small solar systems in the bidding process for Rhode Island’s feed-in…
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Blog Eric Scheier | July 24, 2013

New York’s LIPA Announces New Feed-In Tariff Program to Procure an Additional 100 MW

New York’s Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has announced a second iteration of its Clean Solar Initiative Feed-In Tariff program…
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Blog Jessica Robbins | May 31, 2013

Minnesota Embraces Aggressive Solar Standard

Last week the state of Minnesota officially enacted a solar carve-out of 1.5% by 2020, totaling 450MW of capacity, above…
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Blog Jessica Robbins | January 16, 2013

LADWP Approves First 100MW of 150MW Feed-in Tariff

On January 11th, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Board of Commissioners voted to approve the first…
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Blog Sol Systems | February 23, 2011

FERC Rulings on Solar Feed in-Tariffs

Solar feed-in tariffs (FIT) have served as one of the primary policy tools for increasing the deployment of solar energy…
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Blog Sol Systems | November 19, 2010

Which is more efficient – RPS or Feed-in-Tariffs?

Two of the most popular policy models administered to stimulate the deployment of solar energy are Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS)…
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