A Not-So-Free Market

Energy Policy in the Current Administration

Blog William Patterson | June 22, 2018

A Not-So-Free Market: Energy Policy in the Current Administration

Although solar markets tend to be defined at the state level, the federal government has directly impacted the industry in…
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Blog Ben Margolis | October 26, 2017

Navigating Choppy Waters: Federal Regulatory Risk

This article was co-written by Ben Margolis and Lauren Miller – This is an excerpt from the October 2017 edition…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | February 21, 2017

Federal Trends to Watch

From renewable portfolio standards to net metering, solar energy progress has always been driven at the state level. Still, here…
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Blog Berenice Leung | July 27, 2016

FERC Ruling Opens Solar Market Potential to Co-ops and Munis

Access to solar energy has significantly increased as the cost of solar installation has dropped 70 percent within the past…
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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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