Massachusetts in Transition: SREC II to the New Solar Regime

Blog Lauren Miller | September 23, 2016

Massachusetts in Transition: SREC II to the New Solar Regime

The Massachusetts solar industry has a long history of hitting caps. Whether it’s for net metering or the SREC market…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | August 17, 2016

SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, August 2016

SOURCE is a monthly solar project finance journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter…
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Blog Lauren Miller | February 08, 2016

Net Metering: The Class of 2015

The solar energy industry ended 2015 on a high note with the approval of the Clean Power Plan, the successful…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | December 14, 2015

Net Metering Round-up: Caps Hit in Key 2017 Markets

Net metering caps are being hit across the Northeast and California. The problem? In a post-ITC world, these [now uncertain]…
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Blog Andrew Dewey | August 17, 2015

Massachusetts: To Tip Your Cap or Remove it Altogether?

Etiquette dictates that a man tips his cap by raising it slightly above his head to signify recognition, greetings or…
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Blog Andrew Dewey | July 31, 2015

Split Decision: Massachusetts Net Metering Task Force Draws Lines in the Sand

An amendment to a climate change action bill (S 1973), sponsored by State Senator Ben Downing, has passed in the…
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Blog Natacha Kiler | January 15, 2014

January 2014 Project Finance Statistics

Below, we have included excerpts from Sol Systems’ January 2014 Project Finance Journal, which is a monthly email newsletter that our…
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Blog Jessica Robbins | November 07, 2013

First Round of PSE&G’s Solar Loan III Program Begins Accepting Applications

After two successful prior rounds, PSE&G launched their third Solar Loan program and began accepting applications for PV projects on…
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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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