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 Kate Brandus | March 27, 2017

SREC II Strikes Back: Massachusetts DOER Announces Extension Details

After months of regulatory uncertainty, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) finalized the MA SREC II extension details on…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | May 09, 2016

Ohio Tries to Freeze Its RPS…Again. Not Cool.

Late last month, Ohio state Senator Bill Seitz (R – Cincinnati) introduced legislation to extend the freeze on the state’s…
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Blog Yuri Horwitz | July 08, 2015

Approaching the Tax Credit Horizon: Where Will Commercial Solar Succeed in 2017?

This post was co-authored by Sol Systems Portfolio Analyst Eric Scheier and originally published by Greentech Media.  Last year, solar installations…
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Blog Anna Noucas | May 21, 2012

NJ Senate Environment and Energy Committee Passes S1925

During the May 17th Senate Environment and Energy hearing, the New Jersey committee passed legislation to alter the state’s current…
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