Rural Electric Coops and Public Power Utilities Have Voluntarily Built Nearly 100MW of Community Solar: Here is Why

Blog Thomas Gulley | August 11, 2017

Rural Electric Coops and Public Power Utilities Have Voluntarily Built Nearly 100MW of Community Solar: Here is Why

In 2015 a farmer walked into the office of a customer-owned electric cooperative in Wisconsin. He pulled out his checkbook…
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Blog Lauren Miller | June 23, 2017

Community Solar: Lots of Buzz, but Where’s the Action?

What is it? Recent years have seen an increase in community solar and shared renewable policies. So far, 14 states…
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Blog Stephanie Sienkowski | March 13, 2017

Almost Ready for Takeoff: Maryland’s Community Solar Program

It has been years in the making, but Maryland is almost ready to launch its community solar program. Maryland, which…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | December 15, 2016

Our Most-read Articles of 2016

Since 2012, The Sol SOURCE has been providing readers like you with real-life trends in the world of solar energy…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | April 14, 2016

Is Community Solar Too Complicated for Tax Equity Investors?

Community solar – or shared solar – has been getting a whole lotta love lately. At the end of March,…
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Blog Andrew Dewey | April 16, 2015

Maryland Passes Community Solar Bill

It’s official: the Maryland state legislature has passed HB 1087, titled “Electricity – Community Solar Energy Generating System Program,” bringing…
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Blog Victoria Ngare | September 26, 2014

D.C. Releases Proposed Community Solar Regulations

On October 1st 2013, the D.C. legislature passed the Community Solar Renewables Energy Act (B20-007), making D.C. the tenth state…
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Blog Rachel Charow | June 19, 2014

New York Looks to Become a Shared Energy State

On June 3 the New York Assembly Energy Committee approved the Shared Clean Energy Bill A9931/S7727, continuing the momentum that New…
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Blog Alejandro Neira | November 06, 2013

Minnesota Utility Seeks to Double State’s Solar Power in Coming Years

As the solar industry continues to expand and grow, states across the country are recognizing the importance of going solar…
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Blog Anna Noucas | October 01, 2013

Washington, D.C. Unanimously Passes Community Solar Legislation, Becomes 10th State to Establish Virtual Net Metering

The D.C. Council unanimously voted today, October 1st, to pass the Community Renewables Energy Act of 2013 (B20-0057).  With this…
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